The Number on Great-Grandpa's Arm
Elliott Saiontz adored his 90-year-old great-grandfather Jack, especially Jack's stories about soccer games and collecting hats during his childhood in Poland. But when the 10-year-old asked about the tattoo on his arm, Jack had to find a way to tell Elliott about the other side of his life: the ghetto, the loss of his family and surviving Auschwitz.
After the film, Elliott and Stacy Saiontz, Amy Schatz (producer) and Jeff Scher (animator) will join in conversation with Sheila Nevins.
Venue: Temple Emanu-El
1 E. 65th St. Map
Maria Bamford at The Bell House
Fri | Doors: 7PM / Show: 7:30 pm
This event is 21 and over Maria Bamford stars in the semi-autobiographical Netflix comedy series Lady Dynamite, lauded as "revelatory" by Entertainment Weekly and one of 2016's must-see shows by Vari...
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street at Cohoes Music Hall
- Oct 18 Thu | 8PM
Stephen Sondheim & Hugh Wheeler's horror musical classic will come to life in a unique new production that will see Cohoes Music Hall transformed into a Victorian Music Hall in 1850. Please Note: Swe...
Phantasmic Futures at Tribeca Screening Room
Fri | 8PM – 9:30 pm
Opening Night of the Imagine Science Film Festival | The spaces between utopia and dystopia, gene editing, and the post-anthropocene. About this Event What lies in our ever-accelerating future? The ...