We invite you to hear Mark Clamen, Co-chair of The Toronto Jewish Film Society, Chair of Film Programming.
Did you ever wonder how the Society finds these very interesting Jewish films and decides which ones to screen? Mark Clamen, the chair of film programming, will tell us how it's done.
Mark Clamen is a writer, critic, film programmer and lifelong television enthusiast. He lives in Toronto, where he often lectures on philosophy, television, film, and popular culture at Ryerson University.
The cost is $20.00.
Includes buffet lunch (brisket, latkes, blintzes, salads and dessert) Includes tax, tip, and program.
We are unable to reserve seating. However, it would be appreciated if you RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
so that we can prepare for the appropriate size of the audience.
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