Event Information
American Sephardi Federation Presents
Ronit Elkabetz: A Stranger in Paris & Zohra Elfassia
Sunday, March 13, 2011

15th NY Sephardic Jewish Film Festival

Length: 2 hrs 00 mins
Intermission: None
Seating: General Admission
You choose your seats when you get to the theater.


Ronit Elkabetz: A Stranger in Paris With charming sincerity, world-renowned actress and filmmaker, Ronit Elkabetz, shares her personal life story of theater, film, family, childhood and future aspirations. Director: Nir Bergman. France/Israel, 2010, 50 mins. Hebrew and French w/English subtitles. Post-screening talk with Ronit Elkabetz US PREMIERE

Shown with

Zohra Elfassia
Zohara Elfassia was born in Fez in 1908 and was one of the greatest singers among the Jewish singers that came out of Morocco. Her presence in every home in Morocco, Jews and Muslims, attests to her popularity. She sang both Jewish and Muslim songs and her career extended over many years in Fez and other cities in Morocco and Algeria. After she emigrated to Israel in the 1960’s, her voice was not heard on public stages and the radio, yet you can still hear her singing on old records and tapes in the homes of Moroccan Jews. Director: Haim Shiran, Israel, 2010, 20 mins. US PREMIERE

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