24th Annual Central Florida Jewish Film Festival
How Saba Kept Singing, preceded by Kinderland
HOW SABA KEPT SINGING
Ninety-four-year-old David “Saba” Wisnia believes he survived Auschwitz by using his beautiful singing voice to entertain his Nazi captors. However, when his grandson Avi starts asking questions, they realize someone may have secretly altered the course of Saba’s life. A remarkable story about faith, family, and the power of discovery, this heartwarming doc, executive produced by Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton, proves love can grow and take hold in even the grimmest of places.
The fascinating tale of a rivalry between two Jewish summer camps in upstate New York that have cultivated social activists for almost a century and are still in existence today. Winner of Best Documentary Short at the 2021 Santa Fe International Film Festival.
Mensch Pass $118 (limited quantity): All 6 programs, First Priority Seating, Doors open 30 minutes early
Series Pass $72 (limited quantity): All 6 programs, Discounted Admission, Second Priority Seating
Individual Tickets $13
Passes and individual tickets can be purchased online or in person at Enzian’s box office.
How Saba Kept Singing: USA, 2022, 78 minutes, Directed by Sara Taksler, In English, Hebrew & Polish with English subtitles
Kinderland: USA, 2021, 31 minutes, Directed by Amy Grappell, In English
“Poignant...Taksler employs archival photos and footage, as well as simple animated drawings that accumulate power with their repeated use.”– Alissa Simon, VARIETY