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Film@IIJS: Here We Are

Hosted By: Institute for Israel and Jewish Studies at Columbia University

Join Columbia University’s Institute for Israel and Jewish Studies for a Q&A with Nir Bergman (director) and Shai Avivi (lead actor.)


Nir Bergman’s warm and moving tale of parental devotion focuses on divorced dad Aharon (Shai Avivi), who has given up his artistic career to look after his autistic son Uri (Noam Imber). They live a quiet life, and as the boy reaches young adulthood, his mother decides that he needs to be placed in a boarding facility more equipped to cater to his needs. Resisting this change, Aharon runs away on a road trip with Uri. With gentle humor, this beautiful film—winner of multiple Ophir Awards, including Best Director—examines the intricacies of love, disability and community, and change. (94 min)


We are thrilled to share Film@IIJS: Here We Are with you at this time. The Q&A will not have any screenings in real time; rather a link to stream the film from home will be made available to you 48 hours before the Q&A session and will only be available until the Q&A event. If you have any questions, please email iijs@columbia.edu.
[Please note: at this time, only residents of the United States will be able to stream the film.]

The event listed here is hosted by a third party. My Jewish Learning/70 Faces Media is not responsible for its content or for errors in the listing.

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