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Prime Time Club with Alix Wall

Friday, November 9, 2018 • 1 Kislev 5779

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Come learn about The Lonely Child, a documentary about a song written in the Vilna Ghetto in 1943 describing a little girl in hiding. Almost 75 years later, the daughter of the girl in the song -- Writer/Producer Alix Wall -- goes on a quest to meet the people who are keeping the song alive today, and invites musicians she admires to perform their own interpretations of it. Through interviews and performance, the song becomes a vehicle to explore themes of inherited memory and trauma, music and art as resistance, and the song’s relevance amidst today’s refugee crisis. Alix will talk about the documentary, which is still in production, and screen clips from it.

lonelychildmovie.com

THE LONELY CHILD | 1st Promo from Marc Smolowitz on Vimeo.

Alix Wall is an Oakland-based personal chef and freelance writer. She is contributing editor of j. weekly, the Bay Area’s Jewish newspaper, for which she has a monthly food column and writes other features. In addition to Berkeleyside’s Nosh, her writing can be found in The San Francisco Chronicle, The Forward, Edible East Bay and more. Alix is also the founder of The Illuminoshi: The Not-So-Secret Society of Bay Area Jewish Food Professionals and is producer/writer of a documentary in progress called “The Lonely Child.”

 

Prime Time Club is a monthly gathering featuring lunch and interesting guest speakers for congregants and guests 65 (or getting there) and older.

Lunch provided for a fee of $10. Please note any dietary preferences upon registration in the notes section.

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