Coming off its safe and successful 25th annual festival, the Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival is excited to present the virtual Arizona premiere of the film “A Starry Sky Above the Roman Ghetto” as part of their commitment to year-round film programming.
In the Italian drama “A Starry Sky Above the Roman Ghetto,” the past interlaces with the present as the discovery of an intriguing old photograph of a young woman leads Catholic and Jewish students on a search for the truth. Trying to unravel the mystery behind the portrait, the boys and girls embark on a journey retracing a night of horror: the raid of the Roman Ghetto. A talented ensemble injects youthful energy into this inspiring interfaith story about the importance of memory, coexistence and reconciling generational frictions.
Visit the GPJFF website at www.gpjff.org after Friday, April 16th and follow the instructions to purchase your ticket to the virtual Arizona premiere.
A single viewing is available for $5.99 per household from Thursday, April 22 at 5 pm through Sunday, April 25 at 11 pm.
Once purchased, viewers will have 48 hours to view the film.