In advance - $13
At the door - $15
Director: Laura Bialis
English/Hebrew with subtitles, 90 min.
On the edge of Israel’s Negev Desert lies Sderot, a city of factory workers and rock musicians, the children of refugees from North Africa and the Middle East. Despite being pummeled for years by homemade missiles, the people of Sderot persevere in raucous Moroccan celebrations and embrace newcomers. And in underground bomb shelters, they create music – a unique Sderot sound that has transformed Israeli music by injecting Middle Eastern influences into Western rock.
Special guest: Director Laura Bialis
Sponsored by North Oaks.