Opening day; all films and TV show episodes available for streaming through Nov. 2. Programs in seven languages, with English subtitles. Features one of actor Ed Asner’s final projects, “Tiger Within.” $15 per film, $80 individual pass, $100 household pass.
Short film that builds on the story of Noah and the flood by using queer people’s video diaries during quarantine to examine the complexity of survival. Followed by talk with director Nessa Norich. Part of Jewish Queeries Series presented by GTU.
Jerusalem-born Greek and Iraqi musician Lior Ben-Hur, a Bay Area resident, performs reggae music with his eight-piece band. Part of Sonoma State University’s Jewish music series. Proof of vaccination and masks required.
Thrive Street Choir, an organization that sings at progressive actions, joins Urban Adamah to teach songs and tips for effective song-leading as means for activism. Bring instruments. Social distancing required. Sliding scale.
Howard Mortman of C-SPAN discusses his new book, subtitled “The Great American Story of Jewish Prayers on Capitol Hill.” Virtual option. $5 virtual, $10 in-person, $30 includes book.
Excerpts from a salon theater show will present the stories of three Jews of color struggling with identity issues. Followed by a discussion led by performer-writer Joshua Silverstein and an artist from the Jewish story nonprofit, The Braid. Presented by Oshman Family JCC, The Braid and Tucson JCC.
Four-part lecture series with educator Vavi Toran continues with a look at how poets who write in Yiddish, Hebrew and Arabic express their identity and explore the boundaries of their mother tongue. Presented by Or Shalom Jewish Community. Free, with registration.