Monthly Screenings


As If It Were Yesterday

Dir.: Myriam Abramowicz, Esther Hoffenberg
| 85 minutes

The film retraces the spirit of solidarity of the Belgian Resistance who hid or helped Jewish children, often at the risk of their own lives. Former hidden children express their deep gratitude toward those who saved their lives…. A deeply moving work affirming the human spirit. 

Brussels Transit

Dir.: Samy Szlingerbaum
| 80 minutes

Samy Szlingerbaum retells the story of his childhood through his parents’ immigration to Belgium after WWII and their subsequent failure to adjust. Stunningly photographed, Brussels Transit offers an emotional journey into one family’s poignant longing for a sense of home.

The Illegals

Dir.: Meyer Levin
| 77 minutes

Holocaust survivor Mika and his wife Sara decides they must get to Palestine. They meet on board a Haganah, but a British plane spots the ship off the coast of Haifa…. The Illegals tells the heroic story of Jewish illegal immigration to Israel. Restored digital version. 

To Have and Have Not

Dir.: Howard Hawks
| 100 minutes

In Vichy France, expatriate American Harry Morgan helps transport a Free French Resistance leader and his beautiful wife to Martinique while romancing an American lounge singer. A highly quotable classic featuring the greatest screen pairing ever, Bogart and Bacall.