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Austin Jewish Film Festival will present a virtual screening of My Polish Honeymoon.

Anna and Adam, a newlywed Parisian couple with Polish-Jewish origins, are traveling to Poland for the first time. They’ll attend a memorial ceremony for his grandfather’s village, a Jewish community that was destroyed 75 years ago. Adam is not really enthusiastic about the trip, while Anna is both anxious and excited about visiting her grandmother’s country. She hopes to reconnect with her roots and discover more about her own family’s history, which was always a mystery. Surprises are in store for both of them.

The film is available to stream anytime July 22-24. There will be a free Q&A with filmmaker Elise Otzenberger on Sunday, July 26 at 2 pm.

Austin Jewish Film Festival will present a virtual screening of My Polish Honeymoon.

Anna and Adam, a newlywed Parisian couple with Polish-Jewish origins, are traveling to Poland for the first time. They’ll attend a memorial ceremony for his grandfather’s village, a Jewish community that was destroyed 75 years ago. Adam is not really enthusiastic about the trip, while Anna is both anxious and excited about visiting her grandmother’s country. She hopes to reconnect with her roots and discover more about her own family’s history, which was always a mystery. Surprises are in store for both of them.

The film is available to stream anytime July 22-24. There will be a free Q&A with filmmaker Elise Otzenberger on Sunday, July 26 at 2 pm.

Austin Jewish Film Festival will present a virtual screening of My Polish Honeymoon.

Anna and Adam, a newlywed Parisian couple with Polish-Jewish origins, are traveling to Poland for the first time. They’ll attend a memorial ceremony for his grandfather’s village, a Jewish community that was destroyed 75 years ago. Adam is not really enthusiastic about the trip, while Anna is both anxious and excited about visiting her grandmother’s country. She hopes to reconnect with her roots and discover more about her own family’s history, which was always a mystery. Surprises are in store for both of them.

The film is available to stream anytime July 22-24. There will be a free Q&A with filmmaker Elise Otzenberger on Sunday, July 26 at 2 pm.

WHEN

WHERE

Virtual
https://austinjff.org/video/mph/

TICKET INFO

$10; a $1.50 discount is available for pre-ordering tickets through July 21.
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