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The biggest draw of the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival is undoubtedly the July 24 appearance of former Vice President Al Gore at a screening of “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power.” It’s the follow-up to his landmark global warming expose, “An Inconvenient Truth.” But even if you can’t score a ticket to that premiere, there are other worthy cinematic options. The festival kicks off its San Francisco run July 20 with a winner (the romantic comedy “Keep the Change”) and ends July 30 with another standout (the documentary “Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story”). In its 37th year, the bustling program extends from Albany to Oakland to Palo Alto and on into San Rafael, with opening nights at each location.
Highlights include the July 27 presentation of the Freedom of Expression Award to documentary filmmaker Joe Berlinger, who’s bringing his latest, “Intent to Destroy,” to the fest, three screenings of Oakland-based director Robert Philipson’s music-history documentary “Body and Soul: An American Bridge” (followed July 23 by a live performance ballet shoes for sale from the Marcus Shelby Quartet at the Castro) and an Aug, 2 dance performance by Bobbi Jene Smith, subject of the documentary “Bobbi Jene.”..
Here are 10 titles you need to check out. “Keep the Change”: Adults with autism rarely are at the apex of any film. That’s one reason why Rachel Israel’s romantic comedy — which originated as a 2013 short film — is so refreshing and significant. Israel is unafraid of taking risks, such as having a disagreeable, born-into-wealth David (Brandon Polonsky) be her main character. You’ll warm to the New Yorker as his unexpected relationship with with the peppy, sexually assured Sarah (Samantha Elisofon) he meets in a support group evolves. Jessica Walters steals scenes as David’s controlling, keeping up with appearances mom. Screenings: 6:45 p.m. July 20 at the Castro, San Francisco; 6:10 p.m. July 23 at CineArts Palo Alto; 3:55 p.m. July 30 at Albany Twin.
“Harmonia”: How does a contemporary take on biblical characters involved with a Jerusalem orchestra grab you? Filmmaker Ori Sivan hits the high notes as he retells the Book of Genesis, and constructs a clever but human allegory that grows more multi-dimensional and topical as it builds to a storytelling crescendo, Screensing: 8:55 p.m, July 21 at the Castro; 8:55 p.m, July 22 at CineArts Palo Alto; 2:30 p.m, Aug, 5 at Albany Twin; noon Aug, 6 at Smith Rafael, ballet shoes for sale San Rafael, “Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story”: The Austrian-born actress’ Hollywood career was marked by glamour and scandal, but fame proved to be brutal as she was prized for her beauty and overlooked for her intelligence and scientific inventions, This look at Lamarr’s life addresses how sexism and our obsession with beauty had, and has, a chokehold on Hollywood and the nation, Screenings: 6:10 p.m, July 26 at CineArts Palo Alto; 8 p.m, July 30 at the Castro; 4:45 p.m, Aug, 5 at Albany Twin; 4:15 p.m, Aug 6 at Smith Rafael..
“Personal Affairs”: An elderly Arab couple squabbles as their adult children deal with modern laments that include a wandersome grandmother, feelings of isolation and a fear of commitment. Writer/director Maha Haj’s feature debut at times shifts quickly from drama to comedic, but the result is an observant story with surprises that remain true to its characters. Screenings: 1:30 p.m. July 25 at CineArts Palo Alto; 3:10 p.m. July 30 at the Castro; 6 p.m. Aug. 3 at Albany Twin; 6:30 p.m. Aug. 4 at Smith Rafael.
“1945”: Using a classic Western scenario — the arrival of two mysterious strangers upending a small town — Ferenec Torok’s elegantly photographed Black-and-white drama set in Hungary is a stunner, as it slowly unburies the secrets of this village’s past, It’s a powerful, haunting film — a must-see, Screenings: 6:20 p.m, July 26 at the Castro; 6:10 p.m, July 27 at CineArts Palo Alto; 6:20 p.m, July 29 at Albany Twin; 2:10 p.m, Aug, 6 at Smith Rafael, “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power”: Bay Area filmmaking couple Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk (“Audrie and ballet shoes for sale Daisy”) team up with Gore in a timely, sorely needed update on climate change, The news isn’t pretty, but the sequel does offer glimmers of hope, It’s also a better film than the 2006 Oscar-winning documentary that inspired it; dropping the lecture format and relying more on powerful visuals and interactions, It also opens in limited release July 28, Screenings: 7:30 p.m, July 24 at the Castro; advance tickets sold out, check website for day-of-screening rush tickets release..
“The Young Karl Marx”: Raoul Peck follows up his award-winning documentary “I Am Not Your Negro” with a traditional, intriguing biopic about the iconic socialist (played by August Diehl) and his friendship with Friedrich Engels (Stefan Konarske). It’s a respectable history lesson made the better by the two commanding performances. Screenings: 8:15 p.m. July 25 at CineArts Palo Alto; 7 p.m. July 27 at the Albany Twin; 6 p.m. July 28 at the Castro; 2:05 p.m. Aug. 5 at Smith Rafael. “Menashe”: This Sundance heartbreaker follows an emotionally disheveled ultra-Orthodox Hasidic widower (Menashe Lustig) in New York he tries to pull it together so he can keep his son. Joshua Weinstein immerses us thoroughly into another reality. Screenings: July 26, the Castro.
“A Quiet Heart”: A female pianist (Ania Bukstein) from Tel Aviv moves into an ominous apartment complex in Jerusalem, where she befriends a young boy and a Catholic monk, thereby opening a door to deep-seeded anger and disharmony, Eitan Anner’s psychological thriller is gripping, confident and telling, Screenings: 8:15 p.m, July 26 at CineArts Palo Alto; 3:50 p.m, July 28 at the Castro; 8:55 p.m, Aug, 5 at Albany Twin, “Paradise”: Andrei Konchalovsky’s Holocaust drama weaves together the lives of three complex, well-drawn characters, The attempts by a Russian aristocrat (the magnetic Julia Vysotskaya) to save Jewish children in France during World War II lead to imprisonment in a concentration camp, Shot in black-and-white and told in a carefully constructed literary manner, Konchalovsky’s award winner is a powerful must-see, Screenings: 3:45 p.m, July 29 at the Castro; 8:15 p.m, Aug, 2 ballet shoes for sale at Albany Twin; 3:50 p.m, Aug, 4 at Smith Rafael..