JxJ FILM CLUB
We’re hosting a weekly live conversation through the JxJ Film Club. Each week, we’ll pick one of the titles offered on our Virtual Cinema platform and host a live discussion about it at the end of the run. No need to be a film expert, just be a film enthusiast!
On Thursdays, we’ll announce the week’s “assignment,” selecting one title from our Virtual Cinema. You’ll have until the following Wednesday at 5:00 PM to buy your ticket, watch the film, and RSVP to receive a link to join the video discussion. On Wednesday at 7:00 PM, we’ll host a virtual group discussion lead by our Artistic and Managing Director, Ilya Tovbis.
Wednesday, June 3, 7:00 PM
Ethiopian-Israeli writer-director Aäläm-Wärqe Davidian makes a startlingly confident feature debut with this story of lives torn asunder by civil war. Set in Addis Ababa in 1989, Fig Tree follows a teenage girl’s harrowing coming of age.
Video chat link will be sent via email to those who RSVP. The link will be sent via email to all registrants roughly 1hr before the start of the conversation (this is done for security reasons).
The chat will be done via Zoom and attendees should sign up for a (free) Zoom account in advance of the session.
RSVPs do not include access to the film. To purchase an ‘E-Ticket’ to our films, browse this page.