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“American Jerusalem: Jews and the Making of San Francisco.” Screening of documentary followed by Q&A with local historian Frances Dinkelspiel. Presented by East Bay federation’s Young Adult Division and Hebrew Free Loan. At New Parkway Theater, 474 24th St., Oakland. 1 p.m. $5. http://www.hflasf.org/film.
“Not My Life.” Screening of documentary about human trafficking will be followed by a panel discussion sponsored by National Council of Jewish Women San Francisco, with NCJWSF president Antonia Lavine and Daly City Mayor David Canepa as featured speakers. In Seton Medical Center auditorium, 1900 Sullivan Ave., Daly City. 4 p.m. (415) 346-4600.
“How Much Love” and “The Cake Lady.” Poignant films about the daily lives of Jewish seniors in Israel and the U.S. adjusting to old age and illness. Part of the Legacy Film Festival on Aging. At New People Cinema, 1749 Post St., S.F. 1 and 3:30 p.m. respectively. $10. http://www.legacyfilmfestivalonaging.org.
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