2021 Edward S. Finkelstein Harrisburg Jewish Film Festival (virtual) Film Series


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Available March 10, 2021 3:00 PM UTC
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Man on the Bus is being brought to us by a generous anonymous donor

On Thursday, March 11th, 7:00pm, join us on Zoom for a live conversation with filmmaker Eve Ash, about her film, Man on the Bus.

Eve Ash grew up in suburban postwar Melbourne, the second daughter of Holocaust survivors who’d lost their whole families in the war, and emigrated to Australia to make a new life.  From her earliest days, Eve was plagued by the feeling that she was “different” from her family, that she was part of a puzzle whose pieces didn’t quite fit. Part detective story, part psychological study, part loving tribute to the man who brought Eve up (and the father who did not), MAN ON THE BUS is one woman’s journey to connect the dots of her own identity. 

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    84 minutes
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  • Director
    Eve Ash
  • Screenwriter
    Eve Ash, James Carr