HARBOUR OF HOPE IN SAN FRANCISCO
After receiving a Special Jury Mention at Krakow Film Festival Harbour of Hope is now continuing the tour of international festival screenings. Next stop is San Francisco where the film is selected for the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival.
Following the US-premiere of Harbour of Hope in Minneapolis, the hometown of protagonist Joe Rozenberg, the film is now moving on to further screenings in the US. Harbour of Hope has been selected for the world’s first and largest Jewish film festival, The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival. Besides San Francisco the festival also run screenings in three other Bay Area cities in late July and early August.
Harbour of Hope will be screening three times at the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival. Director Magnus Gertten will be present for all three screenings to talk about his work with the film and the many touching stories he has come across during the extensive research and making of Harbour of Hope.
The screenings of Harbour of Hope at San Francisco Jewish Film Festival are:
Thursday, July 26 at 11:10 AM. Castro Theatre
Monday, July 30 at 12:00 PM. Roda Theatre
Tuesday, July 31 at 1:30 PM. Cinearts at Palo Alto Square
Here you can see further details about the screenings and buy tickets.
Further information is also available at the Harbour of Hope web site.
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