Philadelphia Jewish Film Fest is screening The Children Of Chance at The Ambler Theater Today

Due to unavoidable distributor obligations, The Children Of Chance screening has been relocated from the Hiway Theater (Jenkintown) to the Ambler Theater today at 7p.

The Children Of Chance is based on a true story of  a Jewish boy who finds friendship, camaraderie, and safety in the shelter of a children’s hospital in Nazi-occupied France.  The Gershman Y’s Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival (PJFF) runs from November 4- November 19.

The festival seeks to entertain, educate, and engage the greater Philadelphia community through film programming that explores universal themes and values that deepen our understanding of ourselves and society at large.

As the second longest-running series of its kind in the United States and Philadelphia’s first film festival, in its 36-year history, the critically-acclaimed PJFF has presented over 500 international films that highlight the diversity and commonality of the human experience.

With its commitment to examining important issues facing all of society, PJFF provides a welcoming environment that encourages audience members with different perspectives and ideologies to share their views and engage in stimulating discussion

Today kicks off it’s second week, the full screening schedule, times and locations can be found here.

Tickets to today’s screening of The Children Of Chance are still available at The Y Gershman box office.