by Lev Rothenberg
One of the things that I love the most about Arts and Education at the JCC is the opportunity to partner with great community organizations.
There is so much exciting programming here in Indianapolis that it makes great sense to work together with like-minded organizations.
One of our very best partnerships is with the Heartland Film Festival. Not only do we get to work with a great organization and show very special Heartland Films here at the JCC, but we also get to speak, via Skype, with film directors. What a treat!
Thursday, May 22, at 7 p.m., we continue our partnership by showing As High as the Sky and then speaking with Director Nikki Braendin.
This is a thoughtful comedic drama about two sisters as different from one another as possible – one neurotic, the other nomadic – and their life changing discoveries.
Heartland and the JCC have built a reputation for screening entertaining and memorable films that you likely will not see at the theaters, and we hope you will join us for this one.
Know what? The first three people that get back to me at firstname.lastname@example.org will each win a free ticket to the show.
If you don’t win a free ticket, come on over anyway. It’s just $5 for JCC members and $8 for non-members – that is a deal!
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