Tickets

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There are now three ways to purchase tickets, multi-film/event passes, individual tickets, and free tickets with donations of $125 or more.

Multi-Film/Event Passes

In addition to tickets for individual films (see below) we are also offering a multi-film pass. With our multi-film FlexPass you can reserve in advance, even before individual tickets go on sale, and save up to 33% over individual ticket prices. (Individual ticket prices, are $12 in advance for adults and $15 at the door, optional charge for select “food” events.) S

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Various dates & venues.

$60 for six tickets.

Save up to 33% over “at door” prices.

Our FlexPass entitles you to six tickets that can be used for any screening (other than opening night and premium events) for one year from date of purchase for which tickets are still available. For sold out screenings, FlexPass holders must be seated ten minutes before the screening begins.After purchasing your FlexPass, you will have the opportunity to select the films you would like to see. You can make changes later, as long as seats are still available.

TICKETS WILL BE HELD AT WILL CALL.

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The Sturgeon Queens

Sun Sep 7
 11:00 AM – SOLD OUT!
 11:15 AM – SOLD OUT!
 1:00PM – Tkts avail.!

CCA Cinematheque

Tickets available for Sun Sep 7, 1:00 PM
 
 Cinematheque
complimentary coffee & rugelach starting at 12:15 PM.

Adv. Purchase

Adult – $12 with complimentary coffee & rugelach

$15 at door , includes complimentary coffee & rugelach only.

100-year-old Hattie Russ Gold and her sister 92-year-old Anne Russ Federman have life stories that hit all the key notes of the New York Jewish immigrant experience. They are the two surviving daughters from the famed lox and herring emporium Russ & Daughters on New York’s Lower East Side. The Sturgeon Queens is their family’s story. With customers like Morley Safer, Calvin Trillin and Mario Batali, it’s no wonder Russ & Daughters is still going strong 100 years later.

And klezmer music with Deborah Unger and Paul Wexler!Music and food follows screening.

 

Free Tickets with Your Donation

You can receive free tickets with a donation of $125 or more. To learn more about the benefits of becoming a member of our supporting cast, click here..
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