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“We like opening night to have a film with depth,” says Gambert, “but also one that’s not violent or too dark. The film deals with American life and society through his genius as an entertainer, it deals with difficult subjects but it’s also a film that has balance.”. Hardest to find, according to the selection committee, are documentaries with broad appeal and comedies. Gambert has been watching movies — film watching was a favorite activity for her parents — since age 3. “I’m not a filmmaker, but I’ve sat through countless movies. Documentaries are harder to produce than features. Often, the topic is more important to the documentarian than to a general audience, people removed from the event or subject.”.

With comedies, the problem is vulgarity, “Lately, too many filmmakers use embarrassment as a means of humor, I long for the day when filmmakers return to comedies like ‘To Be or Not to Be’ with Jack Benny or ‘Some Like it Hot,’ films like that.”, Fortunately, along with a slim selection of witty, well-written comedies, there’s a solid supply of films that offer standout performances, tender tributes, or fresh perspectives on famous people or events in history, “In the Fade,” a Golden Globe nominee and Bay Area premiere, features Diane Kruger (Inglorious Bastards, National Treasure), The 106-minute film told in German and Turkish with subtitles follows a woman’s pink baby ballets shoes with heart shaped buttons troubled journey after her husband and 6-year-old son are killed in a bombing, Gabert says audiences might be surprised, as she was, to learn that Kruger is not an American-born actor..

“She’s actually a native German and this is her first German-speaking film. She’s extraordinary in this contemporary tale.”. Surprising also is discovering in “Bombshell: the Hedy Lamarr Story,” that the glamorous Hollywood star had a scientific mind. Her theories and inventions were precursors to today’s Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS technology. Films that re-frame history and emphasize the festival’s “don’t be a bystander to hate” theme include “Riphagen.” Based on a true story that includes a real-life, evil protagonist, the focus shifts to the young policeman who stands up to the horrible con man, despite the danger to his life.

Gabert is often asked to define what constitutes a Jewish film, “I ask people the same thing, I suppose what we prioritize in Judaism is doing deeds of righteousness, remembering we were also strangers, We are to be empathetic because many times over history, people turned pink baby ballets shoes with heart shaped buttons their backs on us.” It’s a good lesson to learn and applied to life — and filmmaking —messages encouraging active tolerance and increased peace are the end results, When: March 1-18, Schedule: For schedule, tickets, locations, film descriptions, online trailers and more, visit

SAN JOSE — As a Vietnamese-American, Hannah Nguyen rings in the new year twice — once during the “western New Year” on Jan. 1 and again for the Lunar New Year. Nguyen was among thousands who marked this occasion over the weekend at the annual Tet Festival. For many, it’s a time to recharge alongside loved ones — and to celebrate an important aspect of Vietnamese culture. “We’re used to American customs and celebrate more of the American holidays,” said Nguyen, 32. “So when there’s an Asian holiday, we all get really excited. It’s once a year, we don’t get to do it often. To see the kids running around with their red envelopes is really fun.”.

Considered the largest and most significant festival in Vietnam, Tet is celebrated on the first day of the first month in the lunar calendar, The celebration is often marked with lion and dragon dances, fireworks, family gatherings over special holiday feasts, visits with friends and relatives and worshiping ancestors, It’s particularly significant in San Jose, home to one of the largest Vietnamese populations in the nation, The fest at the Eastridge mall in San Jose featured an array of food booths, offering everything from green tea waffles to chicken kabob, pink baby ballets shoes with heart shaped buttons Vietnamese coffee and pho, There were carnival rides and games; live entertainment; fashion and magic shows; contests and lion dancers, among other activities..

Pink and yellow blossoms decorated the entire grounds, symbolizing the start of spring. Many people wore bright Áo dài, a traditional Vietnamese outfit in which a long, form-fitting silk tunic is worn over matching pants. Duc Tien, 39, traveled from Orange County to emcee the event. At the center of the celebration, he said, is the importance of family. “The Lunar New Year is a time to be home, it’s a time to share your love with your family, to say thank you and give gifts,” he said. Aside from wishing loved ones good health and success, it’s common for people to give “lucky money,” or red envelopes filled with $1 or $2, Tien said.

Amy Bowers, of Vacaville, drove the 86 miles to San Jose so pink baby ballets shoes with heart shaped buttons that her daughter, 15-year-old Sierra, could join the festivities. Bowers adopted Sierra, who’s Chinese, as a toddler and wanted her daughter to experience the Lunar New Year among other Asian Americans, “I think it’s important she experience her heritage,” said Bowers, “We adopted her when she was 20 months and she hasn’t really gotten an opportunity to experience what her culture is like, So it’s nice that she’s of an age now where she’s interested.”..

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