Sunday, August 14, 2022

Film Notes – July 2022

A2 Jewish Film Festival returns
The Ann Arbor Jewish Film Festival is celebrating its 21st season, and you can enjoy almost the entire event from the comfort of your own home. The festival continues through July 15, with a total of 20 virtual events being streamed via Eventive. Every week, starting Sunday at noon, a set of five new titles will be made available for festival pass holders to watch through the following Friday. A live screening of the documentary The Lost Film of Nuremberg will take place Sunday, July 10 at 2pm at the indoor Rackham Amphitheatre at the University of Michigan. Festival passes and individual film tickets available at film.jccannarbor.org.

Kelley’s Island presents free movies this July
Free films under the stars have been a staple on Kelley’s Island for more than a decade, and the 2022 edition of the island’s Film Fest is scheduled to take place beginning Friday, July 22. The Fest has a giant, inflatable screen set up at 121 Addison St., with a pair of popular hit movies shown on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. If weather decides to interrupt, no worries— the screenings will be moved to the Town Hall on Division St. For the latest updates on the Film Fest including a lineup of movies, visit kelleysislandchamber.com.

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