Premiere Screening
Jewish Directors on the Rise: Becca Roth
Wednesday, June 3, 6:30 pm - City of Carlsbad Library
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The first installment of this multifaceted series, Jewish Directors on the Rise, highlights Director Becca Roth. 

In the wake of legalization of gay marriage in her home state of New York, filmmaker Becca Roth is plagued by the fact that the majority of states in America currently have constitutional amendments banning gay marriage, including every single state in The South. Except one, North Carolina until 2012 when Amendment One is positioned to remove same sex rights. 

One: A Story of Love and Equality is Becca's first feature-length documentary, and the most meaningful project she's ever embarked on. The film documents Roth and her girlfriend Melina's time in North Carolina in the two months leading up to the vote, to try to understand individuals on both sides and start a dialog among those who disagree with each other.

Following the screening of the film, Ms. Roth will share stories, answer questions and discuss how her Jewish heritage influenced the film making process.

Becca Roth | USA 2014 | 102 minutes | English | Documentary

Price: $13.75; JCC Member Price: $11.75 

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JCC Box Office: (858) 362-1348

Wednesday, June 3, 2015, 6:30 pm

City of Carlsbad Library

1775 Dove Lane, Carlsbad, CA 92011 

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Congratulations to the 25th Annual San Diego Jewish Film Festival Winners

2015 Feature Winners

Best Narrative Feature:
Runner up: God's Slave directed by Joel Novoa
Winner: 24 Days, directed by Alexandre Arcady

Best Documentary Feature:
Runner up: Theodore Bikel, directed by John Lollas
Winner: Above and Beyond, directed by Roberta Grossman

Best Director:
Runner up: 24 Days, directed by Alexandre Arcady
Winner: Next to Her, directed by Asaf Korman

Special Jury Award:
Winner: Apples in the Desert, directed by Arik Labetzy, Matti Harari

Special Award for Excellence:
Winner: Little White Lie, directed by Lacey Schwartz

Best Feature Film:
Runner up: Suicide, directed by Benny Ferdman
Winner: The Art Dealer, directed by François Margolin

2015 Joyce Forum Winners

Best Documentary Short:
Runner up: White Mist, directed by Itay Netzer
Winner: Death and The Maiden, directed by Yael Lotem

Best Director:
Winner: The Funeral, directed by Nick Green

Best Narrative Short:
Runner up: Silent, directed by Jaco Dukes
Winner: In the Still of the Night, directed by Erich Steiner

Special Jury Award:
Runner up: Never A Bystander, directed by Evelyn Neuhaus
Winner: Of Many, directed by Linda G. Mills

Founders Award:
Winner: Raquel: A Marked Woman, directed by Gabriela Bohm

Best Short Film:
Winner: Ischler, directed by Attila Hartung

And the Audience Favorites Are...

Best Narrative Features (Top 5 in Order of Audience Ratings)
1. The Last Mentsch
2. 24 Days
3. Belle and Sebastian
4. Apples from the Desert
5. Run Boy Run

Best Documentary Features (Top 5 in Order of Audience Ratings)
1. Above and Beyond
2. The Pleasures of Being Out of Step
3. Letter to Wedgwood
4. Soft Vengeance
5. Theodore Bikel

Best Short Film:
The Cancer Mirror