[THIS EVENT IS ON STANDBY: TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AFTER PASS HOLDERS ENTER AT 10:30AM. HAVE A PASS - BYPASS THE LINE. LOOK FOR THE STANDBY LINE OUTSIDE AMC DOORS.] SUNDAY BRUNCH FILM | SELECT 10am FOR BRUNCH + FILM TICKET, 11am FOR FILM ONLY TICKET: The first documentary about legendary French mime artist Marcel Marceau—who inspired entire generations of artists from the famous Swiss clown Dimitri to David Bowie—traces Marceau’s long history, career, and artistic journey through archival images and footage, and revelatory testimonials. NOTE: Screens In Person + Virtually: Streaming window is 48 hrs after hit "play" and expires Sun. March 26 at 11:59pm.
10am Brunch + Film Ticket | 11am Film Only Ticket.
In-Person Showtimes and Tickets: Select 10 AM showtime to attend Sunday Brunch and the film. Select 11 AM showtime to attend only the film.
In-Person Special Event: Enjoy delicious, homemade brunch boxes with wild lox and shmears, salad, fruit, bagels and dessert (babka, rugelach and a GF option) while enjoying music by The KlezKatz! and special guests Pizmon, a touring Jewish a cappella group from NYC. Film-only tickets also available.
[In-Person + Virtual]
For five decades, legendary French mime artist Marcel Marceau entertained and touched audiences around the globe and inspired entire generations of artists, from the famous Swiss clown Dimitri, who was part of his company, to David Bowie and Kate Bush. In THE ART OF SILENCE, the first documentary film about his life, we meet the complex, compassionate artist and family man behind the white-painted mask. The son of a kosher butcher in Strasbourg, as a teenager Marceau eluded capture by the Nazis through mime; he later joined the French Resistance and helped save hundreds of Jewish children. This revelatory film, filled with archival images and footage, and intimate testimonials by protégés and family members, traces Marceau’s long history, career, and artistic journey which was informed by his traumatic experiences during World War II.
Seattle Jewish Film Festival (SJFF) is one of the largest and longest-running film festivals in the Pacific Northwest and one of the leading Jewish film festivals in the country. A cornerstone program of the Stroum Jewish Community Center (SJCC) and its Arts + Ideas Program, each spring SJFF brings people together from across Washington State—and virtually around the globe—to celebrate and showcase the vibrancy and diversity of Jewish and Israeli life through cinema. Year-round, SJFF and SJCC Arts + Ideas present a season of performing and visual arts, author and chef talks—in-person, livestreamed, and virtually—to build connections, unlock perspectives, engage the community, and uplift the human spirit. Follow us on Facebook / Twitter (@seattlejff) and Instagram (@sjcc.arts).
Tickets and more information at SeattleJFF.org + sjcc.org/arts.