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The Boston Jewish Film Festival awards


Audience Awards Announced - And the Fiction Winner is ...

Veronica Ferres as Marga Spiegel and Martin Horn as Heinrich Aschoff from the Audience Award-winning Saviors in the Night

Saviors in the Night (Unter Bauern - Retter in der Nacht), directed by Ludi Boeken (Germany/France, 2009, 95 min., 35mm)

In a close race, this film won your votes in the Audience Award: Sony Vegas Pro 10 film editing software, donated by Sony Creative Software. It tells the moving story of a Jewish family hidden by Westphalian farmers in Germany between 1943 and 1945. Based upon Marga Spiegel's 1965 memoir, the film features powerful performances from well-knkown German actors Veronica Ferres and Margarita Broich.

To view clips from the film, click here. For more information on the film, visit

And the Documentary Audience Award Winner is ...

Gal (left) and Rezan, from Audience Award winner My So-Called Enemy

My So-called Enemy, by Lisa Gossels (USA, 2010, 90 min., video)

Our documentary competition was also close, and the winner is this affecting film by Wayland-born, Emmy Award-winning (The Children of Chabannes, 1999 Festival) Lisa Gossels

By following 6 young Palestinian and Israeli women who meet as teens in a 2002 U.S. women's leadership program over a 7-year period, filmmaker Gossels depicts the painstaking effort behind even the smallest steps toward peace. Click here to view clips from the film.

For more information on the film, visit its website,

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From our North American premiere, The Girl from a Reading Primer

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