Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Yale Strom (@YaleStrom) films, photos, music, around town #NYC


Coming this Fall at
The Anne Frank Center

  September 10, 2014—November 28, 2014

  Havdalah, Budapest   by Yale Strom
Havdalah, Budapest
by Yale Strom
Polish Cultural Institute New York
Puffin Foundation West, Ltd.
Fragments: Jewish Life in Central and Eastern Europe, 1981–2007
The Post-War Photography of Yale Strom
An exhibit of photographs by artist Yale Strom, documenting the Post-War traditions of Central and Eastern Europe’s remaining Jewish communities. To be accompanied by a concert, film screening and artist’s lecture. With support from the Hungarian Consulate and the Polish Cultural Institute New York.
$8 adults, $5 students & seniors (65 and over)
Exhibition is free with admission.
  Tuesday, September 30, from 4:30— 6:30pm


Open House

FREE for registered educators
Space is limited.
Reservations recommended. RSVP at:
Join us for an afternoon exclusively for educators, featuring a FREE performance of our signature theater piece and popular school program, Conversations with Anne. Tour our gallery and learn about The Anne Frank Center’s field trips, artist-in-residence programs, one-day workshops, and professional development opportunities. Door prizes, raffle (WIN A FREE FIELD TRIP and more!), and a wine and cheese reception are included. For more information and to RSVP, visit annefrank.com/teacher.

  Tuesday, October 7, from 6:30—8:00pm

Carpati: 50 Miles, 50 Years
“Zev Godinger, caretaker of the Jewish
community of Beregovo, Ukraine.”

Carpati: 50 Miles, 50 Years A Film by Yale Strom
Part of the Anne Frank Center’s Human Rights Film Series
$8 adults,
$5 students & seniors

(65 and over)

Space limited. Reservations required.

212-431-7993 or email info@annefrank.com
In conjunction with the exhibit Fragments, we present Yale Strom’s 1996 documentary feature Carpati: 50 Miles, 50 Years, a powerful film about the remaining Jewish community living in a small town in the Carpathian Mountains of Ukraine. In 1931 the Jewish community of the Carpathian region (then in Czechoslovakia, today Ukraine) numbered a quarter of a million Jews. Today sixty-five years later there are fewer than 1,500. This beautiful and moving documentary, narrated by Leonard Nimoy, presents the rich Jewish culture that once thrived in the Carpathian Mountains.
“Bittersweet and poignant...” —Stephen Holden, The New York Times
  Thursday, October 16, from 6:30—8:00pm

Fragments – Klezmer from the Hinterlands of Eastern Europe

Yale Strom &
Hot Pstromi present:

Fragments—Klezmer from the Hinterlands of Eastern Europe
$8 adults,
$5 students & seniors

(65 and over)

Space limited. Reservations required.

212-431-7993 or email info@annefrank.com
As part of the exhibit, Fragments: Jewish Life in Eastern Europe 1981-2007, musicians Yale Strom, Elizabeth Schwartz, Peter Stan and Norbert Stachel will perform music from Eastern Europe, combining klezmer with Roma, jazz, classical, Balkan and Sephardic motifs.
  Saturday, October 18


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