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Oct
31
Fri
The 15th Annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival
Oct 31 all-day

Sponsored by the Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish Life

The 15th Annual
Rutgers Jewish Film Festival
October 29 – November 9, 2014
The Rutgers Jewish Film Festival, sponsored by the Bildner Center, screens award winning international films over the ten-day festival. A broad approach is taken when choosing the films for the Rutgers Festival, offering a slate of critically acclaimed titles that explore the multi-layered, global Jewish experience. Some films tackle uniquely Jewish issues, while others address universal themes through a Jewish lens. With such a diverse selection, the festival draws a wide audience, reaching the region’s Jewish population as well as the Rutgers University community and the general film-going public.
The Bildner Center makes each screening a multidimensional experience by inviting a guest speaker – either the director, a featured actor or a noted expert in the field – to preface each film and then engage in a dialogue with the audience at its conclusion. Year after year, attendees remark that this opportunity to ask the questions raised by these thought-provoking films makes the issues more personally relevant and their film festival participation more meaningful.
Unique, too, is the way the festival not only reaches out to the community, but also gives back to the university by exposing the general student body to these distinctive films. Professors of Jewish Studies and other academic departments at Rutgers are among the speakers invited to introduce the films, and they will often assign related films to their classes. Students also have the opportunity to meet visiting film directors and scholars.
The Film Festival is made possible through the ongoing support of the Karma Foundation. An endowment established by David and Sylvia Steiner sponsors the screening of one special film during the festival each year. Additional sponsors include the Regal Entertainment Group, and a growing list of Rutgers Jewish Film Festival Patrons.
Contact: 848-932-4166 or rujff@rci.rutgers.edu

Nov
1
Sat
The 15th Annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival
Nov 1 all-day

Sponsored by the Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish Life

The 15th Annual
Rutgers Jewish Film Festival
October 29 – November 9, 2014
The Rutgers Jewish Film Festival, sponsored by the Bildner Center, screens award winning international films over the ten-day festival. A broad approach is taken when choosing the films for the Rutgers Festival, offering a slate of critically acclaimed titles that explore the multi-layered, global Jewish experience. Some films tackle uniquely Jewish issues, while others address universal themes through a Jewish lens. With such a diverse selection, the festival draws a wide audience, reaching the region’s Jewish population as well as the Rutgers University community and the general film-going public.
The Bildner Center makes each screening a multidimensional experience by inviting a guest speaker – either the director, a featured actor or a noted expert in the field – to preface each film and then engage in a dialogue with the audience at its conclusion. Year after year, attendees remark that this opportunity to ask the questions raised by these thought-provoking films makes the issues more personally relevant and their film festival participation more meaningful.
Unique, too, is the way the festival not only reaches out to the community, but also gives back to the university by exposing the general student body to these distinctive films. Professors of Jewish Studies and other academic departments at Rutgers are among the speakers invited to introduce the films, and they will often assign related films to their classes. Students also have the opportunity to meet visiting film directors and scholars.
The Film Festival is made possible through the ongoing support of the Karma Foundation. An endowment established by David and Sylvia Steiner sponsors the screening of one special film during the festival each year. Additional sponsors include the Regal Entertainment Group, and a growing list of Rutgers Jewish Film Festival Patrons.
Contact: 848-932-4166 or rujff@rci.rutgers.edu

Orthodox Morning Services
Nov 1 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am
Koach/Conservative services and lunch in Highland Park
Nov 1 @ 9:15 am – 9:15 am

Koach/Conservative community meets at 9:15am at Hillel to walk to the Highland Park Temple for services.

Please RSVP by Thursday, Oct 30, at 12noon if you’d like to come.

Contact: Rabbi Esther Reed
Email: rabbireed@rutgershillel.org
Phone: 732-545-2407 x404

Mesorah Chaburah Lunch
Nov 1 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Come enjoy a shabbas meal with your friends while also learning some Torah!

Mesorah Mincha followed by Seudat Shlishit
Nov 1 @ 5:30 pm – 6:45 pm
Nov
2
Sun
The 15th Annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival
Nov 2 all-day

Sponsored by the Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish Life

The 15th Annual
Rutgers Jewish Film Festival
October 29 – November 9, 2014
The Rutgers Jewish Film Festival, sponsored by the Bildner Center, screens award winning international films over the ten-day festival. A broad approach is taken when choosing the films for the Rutgers Festival, offering a slate of critically acclaimed titles that explore the multi-layered, global Jewish experience. Some films tackle uniquely Jewish issues, while others address universal themes through a Jewish lens. With such a diverse selection, the festival draws a wide audience, reaching the region’s Jewish population as well as the Rutgers University community and the general film-going public.
The Bildner Center makes each screening a multidimensional experience by inviting a guest speaker – either the director, a featured actor or a noted expert in the field – to preface each film and then engage in a dialogue with the audience at its conclusion. Year after year, attendees remark that this opportunity to ask the questions raised by these thought-provoking films makes the issues more personally relevant and their film festival participation more meaningful.
Unique, too, is the way the festival not only reaches out to the community, but also gives back to the university by exposing the general student body to these distinctive films. Professors of Jewish Studies and other academic departments at Rutgers are among the speakers invited to introduce the films, and they will often assign related films to their classes. Students also have the opportunity to meet visiting film directors and scholars.
The Film Festival is made possible through the ongoing support of the Karma Foundation. An endowment established by David and Sylvia Steiner sponsors the screening of one special film during the festival each year. Additional sponsors include the Regal Entertainment Group, and a growing list of Rutgers Jewish Film Festival Patrons.
Contact: 848-932-4166 or rujff@rci.rutgers.edu

Nov
3
Mon
The 15th Annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival
Nov 3 all-day

Sponsored by the Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish Life

The 15th Annual
Rutgers Jewish Film Festival
October 29 – November 9, 2014
The Rutgers Jewish Film Festival, sponsored by the Bildner Center, screens award winning international films over the ten-day festival. A broad approach is taken when choosing the films for the Rutgers Festival, offering a slate of critically acclaimed titles that explore the multi-layered, global Jewish experience. Some films tackle uniquely Jewish issues, while others address universal themes through a Jewish lens. With such a diverse selection, the festival draws a wide audience, reaching the region’s Jewish population as well as the Rutgers University community and the general film-going public.
The Bildner Center makes each screening a multidimensional experience by inviting a guest speaker – either the director, a featured actor or a noted expert in the field – to preface each film and then engage in a dialogue with the audience at its conclusion. Year after year, attendees remark that this opportunity to ask the questions raised by these thought-provoking films makes the issues more personally relevant and their film festival participation more meaningful.
Unique, too, is the way the festival not only reaches out to the community, but also gives back to the university by exposing the general student body to these distinctive films. Professors of Jewish Studies and other academic departments at Rutgers are among the speakers invited to introduce the films, and they will often assign related films to their classes. Students also have the opportunity to meet visiting film directors and scholars.
The Film Festival is made possible through the ongoing support of the Karma Foundation. An endowment established by David and Sylvia Steiner sponsors the screening of one special film during the festival each year. Additional sponsors include the Regal Entertainment Group, and a growing list of Rutgers Jewish Film Festival Patrons.
Contact: 848-932-4166 or rujff@rci.rutgers.edu

The seven year itch: Enviornmentalism and Judaism during the shmita year
Nov 3 @ 2:45 pm – 2:45 pm

In this class we will explore environmental themes throughout Jewish literature in light of the beginning of the shmita year, a year when all the crops must lay fallow. We will look at how we and the land can reboot ourselves and our priorities during this time.

Contact: Katie Greenberg
Email: kagreenberg@jtsa.edu
Phone: 917-428-8063

JLIC Women’s Shiur & Dinner
Nov 3 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Come join us for delicious food and engaging Torah with our very own Sara Frieberg!
Hosted by Ilona Grudnikoff at 58 Huntington.

Contact: Ilona Grudnikoff
Email: igrudnikoff@gmail.com

Nov
4
Tue
The 15th Annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival
Nov 4 all-day

Sponsored by the Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish Life

The 15th Annual
Rutgers Jewish Film Festival
October 29 – November 9, 2014
The Rutgers Jewish Film Festival, sponsored by the Bildner Center, screens award winning international films over the ten-day festival. A broad approach is taken when choosing the films for the Rutgers Festival, offering a slate of critically acclaimed titles that explore the multi-layered, global Jewish experience. Some films tackle uniquely Jewish issues, while others address universal themes through a Jewish lens. With such a diverse selection, the festival draws a wide audience, reaching the region’s Jewish population as well as the Rutgers University community and the general film-going public.
The Bildner Center makes each screening a multidimensional experience by inviting a guest speaker – either the director, a featured actor or a noted expert in the field – to preface each film and then engage in a dialogue with the audience at its conclusion. Year after year, attendees remark that this opportunity to ask the questions raised by these thought-provoking films makes the issues more personally relevant and their film festival participation more meaningful.
Unique, too, is the way the festival not only reaches out to the community, but also gives back to the university by exposing the general student body to these distinctive films. Professors of Jewish Studies and other academic departments at Rutgers are among the speakers invited to introduce the films, and they will often assign related films to their classes. Students also have the opportunity to meet visiting film directors and scholars.
The Film Festival is made possible through the ongoing support of the Karma Foundation. An endowment established by David and Sylvia Steiner sponsors the screening of one special film during the festival each year. Additional sponsors include the Regal Entertainment Group, and a growing list of Rutgers Jewish Film Festival Patrons.
Contact: 848-932-4166 or rujff@rci.rutgers.edu

JLIC Gentlemen’s Club (Men’s Chinese Food Shiur)
Nov 4 @ 8:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Nov
5
Wed
The 15th Annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival
Nov 5 all-day

Sponsored by the Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish Life

The 15th Annual
Rutgers Jewish Film Festival
October 29 – November 9, 2014
The Rutgers Jewish Film Festival, sponsored by the Bildner Center, screens award winning international films over the ten-day festival. A broad approach is taken when choosing the films for the Rutgers Festival, offering a slate of critically acclaimed titles that explore the multi-layered, global Jewish experience. Some films tackle uniquely Jewish issues, while others address universal themes through a Jewish lens. With such a diverse selection, the festival draws a wide audience, reaching the region’s Jewish population as well as the Rutgers University community and the general film-going public.
The Bildner Center makes each screening a multidimensional experience by inviting a guest speaker – either the director, a featured actor or a noted expert in the field – to preface each film and then engage in a dialogue with the audience at its conclusion. Year after year, attendees remark that this opportunity to ask the questions raised by these thought-provoking films makes the issues more personally relevant and their film festival participation more meaningful.
Unique, too, is the way the festival not only reaches out to the community, but also gives back to the university by exposing the general student body to these distinctive films. Professors of Jewish Studies and other academic departments at Rutgers are among the speakers invited to introduce the films, and they will often assign related films to their classes. Students also have the opportunity to meet visiting film directors and scholars.
The Film Festival is made possible through the ongoing support of the Karma Foundation. An endowment established by David and Sylvia Steiner sponsors the screening of one special film during the festival each year. Additional sponsors include the Regal Entertainment Group, and a growing list of Rutgers Jewish Film Festival Patrons.
Contact: 848-932-4166 or rujff@rci.rutgers.edu

Beis Midrash Chavrusa Program
Nov 5 @ 8:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Come learn some Torah in the Beis Medrash!

Nov
6
Thu
The 15th Annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival
Nov 6 all-day

Sponsored by the Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish Life

The 15th Annual
Rutgers Jewish Film Festival
October 29 – November 9, 2014
The Rutgers Jewish Film Festival, sponsored by the Bildner Center, screens award winning international films over the ten-day festival. A broad approach is taken when choosing the films for the Rutgers Festival, offering a slate of critically acclaimed titles that explore the multi-layered, global Jewish experience. Some films tackle uniquely Jewish issues, while others address universal themes through a Jewish lens. With such a diverse selection, the festival draws a wide audience, reaching the region’s Jewish population as well as the Rutgers University community and the general film-going public.
The Bildner Center makes each screening a multidimensional experience by inviting a guest speaker – either the director, a featured actor or a noted expert in the field – to preface each film and then engage in a dialogue with the audience at its conclusion. Year after year, attendees remark that this opportunity to ask the questions raised by these thought-provoking films makes the issues more personally relevant and their film festival participation more meaningful.
Unique, too, is the way the festival not only reaches out to the community, but also gives back to the university by exposing the general student body to these distinctive films. Professors of Jewish Studies and other academic departments at Rutgers are among the speakers invited to introduce the films, and they will often assign related films to their classes. Students also have the opportunity to meet visiting film directors and scholars.
The Film Festival is made possible through the ongoing support of the Karma Foundation. An endowment established by David and Sylvia Steiner sponsors the screening of one special film during the festival each year. Additional sponsors include the Regal Entertainment Group, and a growing list of Rutgers Jewish Film Festival Patrons.
Contact: 848-932-4166 or rujff@rci.rutgers.edu

Chicken Soup for the Soul
Nov 6 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Mishmar and SWAG!
Nov 6 @ 8:00 pm – 12:00 am

Come hear a shiur and eat some pizza while Studying With A Group (SWAG)! Every week we have a guest scholar come in to give a Torah class with pizza and open Beit Medrash afterwards! This week’s speaker is Rabbi Binyamin Miller, of Midreshet Nishmat in Jerusalem.

Nov
7
Fri
The 15th Annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival
Nov 7 all-day

Sponsored by the Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish Life

The 15th Annual
Rutgers Jewish Film Festival
October 29 – November 9, 2014
The Rutgers Jewish Film Festival, sponsored by the Bildner Center, screens award winning international films over the ten-day festival. A broad approach is taken when choosing the films for the Rutgers Festival, offering a slate of critically acclaimed titles that explore the multi-layered, global Jewish experience. Some films tackle uniquely Jewish issues, while others address universal themes through a Jewish lens. With such a diverse selection, the festival draws a wide audience, reaching the region’s Jewish population as well as the Rutgers University community and the general film-going public.
The Bildner Center makes each screening a multidimensional experience by inviting a guest speaker – either the director, a featured actor or a noted expert in the field – to preface each film and then engage in a dialogue with the audience at its conclusion. Year after year, attendees remark that this opportunity to ask the questions raised by these thought-provoking films makes the issues more personally relevant and their film festival participation more meaningful.
Unique, too, is the way the festival not only reaches out to the community, but also gives back to the university by exposing the general student body to these distinctive films. Professors of Jewish Studies and other academic departments at Rutgers are among the speakers invited to introduce the films, and they will often assign related films to their classes. Students also have the opportunity to meet visiting film directors and scholars.
The Film Festival is made possible through the ongoing support of the Karma Foundation. An endowment established by David and Sylvia Steiner sponsors the screening of one special film during the festival each year. Additional sponsors include the Regal Entertainment Group, and a growing list of Rutgers Jewish Film Festival Patrons.
Contact: 848-932-4166 or rujff@rci.rutgers.edu

Hospital Visitation
Nov 7 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Orthodox & Conservative Shabbat Services
Nov 7 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Reform Services: 1st floor of 9 Bartlett Street
Conservative Services: 2nd floor of 9 Bartlett Street
Orthodox Services: College Avenue Student Center Graduate Student Lounge (behind Au Bon Pain cafe)

Reform ROCK Shabbat Shabbaton @ UPenn Hillel
Nov 7 @ 5:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Free Shabbat Dinner
Nov 7 @ 6:30 pm – Nov 7 @ 8:00 pm

Contact: Seth Deneroff
Email: sdd87@eden.rutgers.edu

JLIC Oneg with Scholar in Residence
Nov 7 @ 9:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Shabbat Oneg-Iron Chef
Nov 7 @ 9:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Nov
8
Sat
The 15th Annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival
Nov 8 all-day

Sponsored by the Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish Life

The 15th Annual
Rutgers Jewish Film Festival
October 29 – November 9, 2014
The Rutgers Jewish Film Festival, sponsored by the Bildner Center, screens award winning international films over the ten-day festival. A broad approach is taken when choosing the films for the Rutgers Festival, offering a slate of critically acclaimed titles that explore the multi-layered, global Jewish experience. Some films tackle uniquely Jewish issues, while others address universal themes through a Jewish lens. With such a diverse selection, the festival draws a wide audience, reaching the region’s Jewish population as well as the Rutgers University community and the general film-going public.
The Bildner Center makes each screening a multidimensional experience by inviting a guest speaker – either the director, a featured actor or a noted expert in the field – to preface each film and then engage in a dialogue with the audience at its conclusion. Year after year, attendees remark that this opportunity to ask the questions raised by these thought-provoking films makes the issues more personally relevant and their film festival participation more meaningful.
Unique, too, is the way the festival not only reaches out to the community, but also gives back to the university by exposing the general student body to these distinctive films. Professors of Jewish Studies and other academic departments at Rutgers are among the speakers invited to introduce the films, and they will often assign related films to their classes. Students also have the opportunity to meet visiting film directors and scholars.
The Film Festival is made possible through the ongoing support of the Karma Foundation. An endowment established by David and Sylvia Steiner sponsors the screening of one special film during the festival each year. Additional sponsors include the Regal Entertainment Group, and a growing list of Rutgers Jewish Film Festival Patrons.
Contact: 848-932-4166 or rujff@rci.rutgers.edu

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