SFJFF - Cabaret-Berlin, The Wild Scene
France and Germany, 2010 | Directed by Fabienne Rousso-Lenoir
The cabaret scene in Berlin’s Weimar Republic was home to Europe’s most experimental artists, writers and musicians with Jewish entertainers playing a leading role. Rousso-Lenoir’s mesmerizing assemblage of archival film brings to life the sights and sounds of the era, offering a front-row seat to the best show in town.
Screened in partnership with the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival.
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The Jewish Community Center of San Francisco is the oldest Jewish center on the West Coast, providing educational, social, cultural and fitness programs to the community since 1877.
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