Monday, August 13, 2007

The Push

My friend Sherone Rabinovitz has a new movie out, it's called The Push, and you should see it sometime. So says the Schuylkill Gallery website:"On August 15, 2007 at 7:30pm, in conjunction with the opening of “Pure Faith”, the Schuylkill Gallery in partnership with the Consulate General of Israel in Philadelphia and Bayit Israeli, will sponsor the Philadelphia premiere of The Push by Israeli Writer/Director Sherone Rabinovitz. The Push follows an ordinary young professional stuck in a mundane 9-5 corporate job, who has the night of his life when he’s lured down a Spiritual Rabbit Hole by a group of underground guerilla artists. "The Push" (2006), won two separate production grants and is schedule to hit the film-festival circuit in the Fall of 2007. Open forum with Sherone Rabinovitz prior to viewing. Light refreshments will be served. View the trailer at"

3510 Scotts Lane, Space 3112, Philadelphia PA 19129
Phone: 215.287.9963

Yes, I actually know someone who made a movie. A real one, with sound and everything. Don't let the Israeli consulate thing put you off; the film is in English as opposed to Throat-Clearing Language. Now, I really shouldn't be, er... pushing something that'd make you late for my quiz, but maybe you're coming out Tuesday night to Ray's and would find this a nice Wednesday diversion.

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