ONLINE“School Ties”: The Real Story Behind the Scenes

Top Pick November 9, 2021 $15.00
Matt Damon and Brendan Fraser in “School Ties” (Promotional still)

In alliance with Boston Jewish Film’s school initiative to combat antisemitism, BJF will present this entertaining and compelling panel discussion focusing on themes of antisemitism in the 1992 film “School Ties” and how they relate to the experiences of students today.

The panel features CJP president Marc Baker, Solomon Schechter Day School head of school Rebecca Lurie and high school students Daniel Rashes (Belmont Hill School), Rachel Kimball (Newton North High School) and Daniel Cudkowicz (Buckingham, Browne & Nichols School).

Watch “School Ties” in advance on Showtime (or find other options here) and try to find Marc Baker! Win a prize if you are among the first five people to find Marc Baker in the film and submit a screenshot or photo to by Nov. 7. Prize winners will be announced at the beginning of this virtual program.

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Tuesday, November 9, 2021, 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
For whom
Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, Parents
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