Shalom, Screenings

Now that you’ve caught up on the latest releases over the holidays, and with movie studios entering the dumping ground season, it’s time again to settle in for some lesser-known celluloid. Though it might seem as if small film festivals hit Miami every other week, hang in there: This one has been around awhile. It’s the tenth-annual Miami Jewish Film Festival.

Today, for the early risers and documentary lovers, you can catch a free presentation of Shoshana: A Life Beyond Survival (10:30 a.m.), the story of a woman who fled to Shanghai from Germany, only to live under Japanese occupation. For something a little later and closer to home for parents and the young at heart, try Glow Ropes (8:30 p.m.), a mockumentary about a bar mitzvah MC.
Jan. 18-28

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