LBCinema Film Extra

life-of-brian-ad-webSaturday 10 December, from 5:30pm

Monty Python’s Life of Brian. As part of our open weekend Shabbaton, please join us for the screening of Month Python’s best, most significant work. Funny, irreverent and possibly offensive to some, if you don’t think you like Monty Python, try this!
Rabbi Jonathan will give an introductory talk before the film. Join us for pizza supper prior to screening.
Cost: Free for BM students and as part of the Shabbaton. Or $15 pizza & film/$10 film only.

5:30PM Pizza supper at Vicky’s Pizza, East Kew
7:00PM Brief introduction by Rabbi Jonathan prior to screening of Life of Brian

LBCinema Presents

LBCinema-Babylon-5-webSaturday 10 September, 7pm

Judaism in Space! Babylon 5 is a long-running space TV series with well developed plot lines and characters. It’s a must-see for Jewish sci-fi fans, a science fiction show where Jews actually exist in the future. These 2 episodes feature Chanukah celebrated in space and a new dimension in pastoral care.
Entry $10.

LBCinema Presents

LBCinema-Last-Cab-webSaturday 27 August @ 7pm

Come along to see the Last Cab To Darwin, a road comedy-drama starring Michael Caton as a taxi driver with terminal cancer.  As well as a reflection on mortality and the ethical dilemma of euthanasia, the film explores black and white relations in Australia with unusual sensitivity.

Entry $10.

LBCinema September – Ida

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5th September – 7pm

LBCinema is a program of films chosen for their relevance or interest to our community. Screenings begin at 7pm on a Saturday evening with a brief havdalah service. There is also a brief discussion session after most films. Entry is $10.

Poland 1962. Anna is a beautiful eighteen year old orphan, preparing to become a nun.  She learns she has a living relative she must visit before taking her vows, her mother’s sister Wanda. The two women embark on a voyage of discovery of each other and their past. Her aunt, she learns, was a hardline Communist state prosecutor, notorious for sentencing priests and others to death.  Anna learns that her real name is Ida, and she sets out on a journey to uncover her roots and confront the truth about her family.

IDA is followed by supper and short s’lichot service with shofar, to help prepare for the New Year. This is a powerful service, finishing by 10pm