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The 24th Annual Boston Jewish Film Festival - My Dad is Baryshnikov
Will gangly, geeky Boris Fishkin realize his dream of dancing at the Russian Bolshoi Ballet? He has a few obstacles in his way in this humorous movie, including a lack of talent and his Jewish mother needing a class in Parenting 101. But after digesting Baryshnikov via a White Nights DVD, Fishkin’s life changes dramatically. Not only does Fishkin resemble Mikhail, but he also starts getting notice for dancing like the maestro!
|Where||West Newton Cinema 1296 Washington St, West Newton, MA 02465|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||2:00 pm–4:00 pm|
|Price||$12 general admission, $11 Coolidge Corner, Museum of Fine Arts, WGBH and Boston Jewish Film Festival members, seniors and students.|
More About West Newton Cinema
Built in 1937, the West Newton Cinema is a beautiful building located on Washington Street. Much of the architecture from its original construction has not been changed, giving the theater a classic feel. They specialize in screening films that are unique and under the radar. However, they also screen big budget films from the major production companies. Though the architecture is old, their theaters are state of the art.
Other events here
- "Nicky's Family" at West Newton Cinema Daily, 11:00 am–10:00 pm