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This Thursday, Dec. 16, the Kane Street Synagogue’s first "Israel Film Festival" will kick off with an 8 pm screening of Asher Tlalim’s 1998 film "Hitchhikers." The screening will be preceded by a 7:15 pm reception.

The festival, curated by Hedda Kafka, continues on Dec. 18 at 8 pm with Shemi Zarhin’s 2003 work "Bonjour Monsieur Shlomi," and closes on Dec. 19 with a 7 pm screening of "Broken Wings," written and directed by Nir Bergman. "An Inside Look into the Making of Broken Wings," by Tova Aviram, will follow Bergman’s film.

Tickets to "Israel Film Festival" screenings are $8 per film in advance, $10 at the door. Series passes for the three films are available for $20. The synagogue is located at 236 Kane St. between Court and Clinton streets in Cobble Hill. For advance sales or more information, contact the Synagogue office at (718) 875-1550.

Updated 4:00 pm, November 10, 2010
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