Sayed Kashua: Forever Scared
Novelist, Haaretz columnist, and the force behind the popular sitcom Arab Labor, Sayed Kashua has long been one of Israel's most celebrated cultural figures. As an Arab writing in Hebrew, however, he has negotiated a difficult place as an outsider. Dorit Zimbalist's film reveals the emotional cost this exacts on both Kashua and his family. Discussion facilitated by Library Director Howard Freedman. 2009, 53 minutes, in Hebrew and Arabic with English subtitles.
Program made possible, in part, by Larry Burgheimer.
This spring, we are putting our film class and drop-in book club on the same page by pairing documentary films on important authors with group discussions of their work. Join us for the film, disccusion, or, preferably, both! Pick up your copy of the book before seeing the film, or when you come for the film! Books can also be picked up at the Library's pushcart branches at the Palo Alto or San Francisco JCC. For information, call 415.567.3327 x 706.
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