JCC Greenwich Davis Film Festival kicks off on Sept. 9

The JCC Greenwich Davis Film Festival, which will feature monthly screenings of films, documentaries and even a hit Israeli TV show, kicks off on Wednesday, Sept. 9 at 7 p.m. with “Zero Motivation” at Bow-Tie Criterion Cinemas at Greenwich Plaza. A hilarious new film about Israel’s female soldiers, “Zero Motivation” has broken box-office records in Israel and nabbed awards — among them TriBeCa Film Festival’s coveted award for Best Narrative Feature and Nora Ephron Prize in 2014.

All screenings on Wednesdays, 7 p.m. at the Bow-Tie Cinema, 2 Railroad Ave. Tickets are $15/per film or $118/series of 10 films. For tickets or more information visit jccgreenwich.org/dff.

The following is the film festival schedule:

Sept. 9 – Zero Motivation (Best Narrative Feature and Nora Ephron Prize, TriBeCa Film Festival)
Oct. 14 — GETT: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem
(Winner, Best Picture, Israeli Academy Award 2014)
Nov. 18 — The First Time I Turned Twenty
Dec. 16
— Fauda (Episodes I & II)
Jan. 13 — Felix and Meira
Feb. 17 — Crime After Crime (Audience Award,
San Francisco International Film Festival)
March 9 — Dough
April 20 — TBA
May 18 — Rock in the Red Zone
June 15 — Atomic Falafel

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