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Friday Flicks @ Fowler: 25th Anniversary

Friday Flicks @ Fowler continues its 25th season with more award-winning films -

February 1, 7:00 p.m.
An American drama about a recently widowed Hasidic Jewish man, Manashe, who tries to regain custody of his ten-year-old son Rieven. His son is living with his aunt and uncle per a ruling by the Rabbi that Menashe must first remarry to provide a proper home for his son. Menashe is reluctant to wed again. Director: Joshua Z. Weinstein. Yiddish/English subtitles. 82 min., PG

February 15, 7:00 p.m.
THE WEDDING PLAN (Israel, 2016)
Michal is an unwed Orthodox Jewish woman in her early 30s. After over a decade of unsuccessful matches, Michal goes to a fortune teller and admits she wants to love and
be loved. The fortune teller assures Michal that her
dreams will come true. Director: Rama Burshtein.
Some Hebrew/English subtitles. 110 min., PG

March 1, 7:00 p.m.
A fantasy comedy film set in Paris. This story follows a screenwriter, Gil Pender, who travels back in time each
night at midnight to the 1920s. Academy Award
winner in 2012 for Best Original Screenplay.
Writer/Director Woody Allen. 94 min., PG-13

March 15, 7:00 p.m.
LOST IN PARIS (France/Belgium 2016)
A comedy about a Canadian woman librarian who heads to Paris after receiving a troubling letter from her elderly aunt. As she tries to track down her missing relative, she meets a man and ends up in an unlikely romance. Directors: Dominique Abel, Fiona Gordon. Some English/French subtitles. 84 min., NR

Free admission. Door opens at 6:00 at our Fowler Branch. Sponsored by the Friends of the Concord Free Public Library.