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Event: 'Boulder Jewish Film Festival: "Because I Was a Painter"'

Arts, Culture & Social
Music, dance, cards & other social activities.
Date: Friday, March 20, 2015 At 04:30 PM
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Tickets, (303) 998-1021
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Unique documentary about the art that was created by the prisoners of Nazi daeth camps.

For all events in this series, search our Community Calendar using the term or "Boulder Jewish Film Festival". All screenings are at the Dairy Center.



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