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Flix and ChopStix

Annie Hall

Crossing Delancey

Last year’s Winter Pick
SF Reporter
“touching and hilarious”
“thoroughly charming”
Reel Film Reviews
Santa Fe’s newest tradition, movies and Chinese food on Christmas day is back! This year we are bringing a comedy trio: Annie Hall, Crossing Delancey, and The Producers with Zero Mostel. Plus, we’ve just added supervised family programming for those ten and under.

Special Double Feature packages in addition to tickets to individual films are available. more

The film that beat “Star Wars” to the Oscar. The movie that represented Woody Allen’s coming of age as a film-maker. The cultural phenomenon that spurred women all across America to raid charity shops for waistcoats and kipper ties. Many things mark “Annie Hall’s” place in cinema history … more Joan Micklin Silver peels off your jaded hide in “Crossing Delancey.” She asks you to doff your hat, sit in the kitchen and swallow your old-world grandmother’s story about a nice Jewish boy next door who sold pickles near Delancey Street and won himself a nice Jewish girl … more
Thu Dec 25
2:00 PM – Annie Hall
2:00 PM – Children’s program
2:10 PM – Crossing Delancey
4:00 PM – Crossing Delancey
4:10 PM – The Producers
6:00 PM – Chinese Dinner
Center for Contemporary Arts
Temple Beth Shalom (dinner)

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Thur Dec 25, 2:00 PM
Center for Contemporary Arts

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Thu, Dec 25 4:00 PM
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An American Tail

The Dybbuk

The Producers

Family Programming

The Dybbuk

“stunningly acted”
Huffington Post
Just Added!
For children ten and under
“Top 10 Jewish Films!”
Kenneth Turan, LA Times
Playing a Broadway producer of flops Zero Mostel survives (barely) by suckering little old ladies, as he teams with an emotionally retarded accountant portrayed by Gene Wilder. The film is unmatched in the scenes featuring Mostel and Wilder together… more We are pleased to announce the addition of supervised family programming for our Flix & ChopStix event. We’ll be showing “An American Tail” on the lobby television screen for those five to ten and classic Charlie Chaplin and other silent film comedies for those under five. Programming is free with adult paid admission and advance reservation… more Boundaries separating the natural from the supernatural dissolve as ill-fated pledges, unfulfilled passions and untimely deaths ensnare two families in a tragic labyrinth of spiritual possession. The film was made on location in Poland in 1937 and has been restored with new English subtitles by the National Center for Jewish Film.
Thu Dec 25, 4:10 PM
Center for Contemporary Arts

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Thu Dec 25, 2:00 PM
Reservation required
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Sun Jan 25, 11:00 AM
with Lois Rudnick, details TBA
Center for Contemporary Arts

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Fifth Season Starts

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Our Fifth Season got underway with a bang. “Regarding Susan Sontag” proved so popular, we scheduled an “encore” screening. Folks couldn’t stop talking about the extraordinary architectural designs that were the subject of “Sukkah City”, and “AKA Doc Pomus”, which Pasa gave a well-deserved 3.5 chiles, was a huge hit. There’s more in store as our season continues

New! Pop-Up Films

Popup-Film 220x180See the latest from international film festivals such as Cannes, Venice, and Sundance with our “pop-up” film selections. These are films right after they premiere and before anyone else gets to see them.

“GETT: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem” is first out of the box with an exclusive screening on Sunday, November 30th at 11 AM, CCA.

New! Cinema Salon

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We’re doing something new this season. We’re screening a few select films along with in-depth talks and discussions to deepen your understanding. So sit back, relax and be ready to expand your horizons with our new “Cinema Salon” series. It starts January 25 with “The Dybbuk” with Lois Rudnick who will take you on a journey in directions you wouldn’t have imagined. “The Dybbuk” has been restored with new English subtitles by the National Center for Jewish Film.