To kick off their Chai Tea + a Movie screening series for another year, this Sunday, October 21 the Toronto Jewish Film Festival presents the Toronto premiere of The Rabbi’s Cat.
This particularly gorgeous animated feature (take a look at the stills below for a better idea) is an adaptation of the French graphic novel by Joann Sfar, first published in 2002. It depicts 1920s Algiers, where a rabbi and his daughter live by the sea, with a talking cat. They set out on a quest to the heart of Africa with said cat, and a few other friends.
You can get your tickets ($15) in advance on the Toronto Jewish Film Festival website, or by calling 416-324-9121.
When: Sunday, October 21, 2012 at 5:00 pm (tea is at 4:00 pm)
Where: Cineplex Odeon Sheppard Cinemas, 4861 Yonge Street (Sheppard subway station)
More Info: For additional information, visit their website.
The Rabbi’s Cat Trailer
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