Sunday, February 12 at 2pm: American Swedish Institute|
FILM: WHERE IS ELLE KARI AND WHAT HAPPENED TO NORIKO-SAN?
A pre-festival event!
A poignant reminder of vanishing childhood, this documentary follows Israeli filmmaker Dvorit Shargal as she searches from Finland to Japan and Holland to Israel, for the subjects of the popular 1950s childrens book series, Children of the World.
Created by the Jewish-Swedish photographer Anna Riwkin-Brick, many of the books in the series were written by Astrid Lingren, author of Pippi Longstocking, and are still in print in Israel today.
A Film by: Dvorit Shargal
Israel, 2014 | 49 Minutes
Hebrew, English, Japanese, Swedish, English subtitles
Presented by the Twin Cities Jewish Film Festival, in partnership with the American Swedish Institute.
TICKET: $5 ADVANCE; $10 SAME DAY
Free with purchase of ALL FESTIVAL PASS:
DIRECTIONS & PARKING: www.asimn.org/visit/directions-and-parking
ALL TICKETS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE.
ALL TICKETS ARE WILL-CALL and will be held under your name. You can pick them up prior to the event when you arrive.
ALL SEATING IS GENERAL ADMISSION/choose your own! The theater will open for seating approximately 15-20 minutes prior to showtime.
American Swedish Institute (View)
2600 Park Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55407
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|