International House
3701 Chestnut Street

Saturday, February 25, 2006, 8:00 pm
A young widow (Michaela Eshet) wants to change her life and protect her family by moving to a religious settlement. Her teenage daughters (Hani Furstenberg and Maya Maron) have different ideas. "CAMP FIRE" is a story of a personal battle for acceptance, and portrait of a major political movement in the Middle East.
Country: Israel
Release Date: 2004
Time: 94 minutes
Genre: Drama, Romance
Language: Hebrew with English subtitles
Director: Joseph Cedar
Guest Speaker: Maya Maron, The actress who plays the eldest daughter in the film Maya Maron is an Israeli actress and winner of the Israeli Film Academy Award. Maron is known for Broken Wings (2002), Saint Clara (1996) and The Arbitrator (2007).
Guest Speaker: Ravit Turjeman, Director of Dragoman Films, NYC. over the years Ravit Turjeman has been contributing and facilitating professional panels, serving on jury panels at film festivals, conducting workshops and more.
Israel's Selection for Best Foreign Film, Academy Awards 2005; 5 Israeli Academy Awards, including Best Picture, 2004 Don Quixote Award at Berlin Int'l FF