Jewish Film Festival

. May 1, 2014.

The annual Jewish Film Festival returns with documentaries, dramas and comedies about all things Jewish, from The Holocaust to love to bagels and lox. Included in this year's collection of multilingual, multifaceted films is Lost Town, the story of one man's obsessive search to get closer to his deceased father by uncovering the story of his family's life in Trochenbrod, and Quality Balls: The David Steinberg Story, a throwback to the Johnny Carson days with stand-up clips and tidbits of comedian David Steinberg’s life and impressive career.

May 4-8. Michigan Theater, 603 E. Liberty St.
734-668-8463. michtheater.org or jccannarbor.org

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