Beverly Hills, CA
January 30, 2012

Monday Night at the Movies

Dan Katzir and Adi Kutner
Dan Katzir and Adi Kutner

Nearly 50 TAU alumni and friends gathered at the Charles Aidikoff Theatre in Beverly Hills for networking, socializing, and a private screening of three short films from TAU's acclaimed Department of Film and Television — Sashen'ka, Barbie Blues, and Dark Nights.

Doron Kahana, co-chair of the Southern California Alumni Leadership Committee, opened the main event, and thanked outgoing chair Edward Moran for his efforts in building a vibrant alumni community in the region. After the screening, TAU alumnus Dan Katzir led a conversation with Barbie Blues director Adi Kutner, whose film had just been screened at the Sundance Film Festival. (Read more about her visit to the Sundance festival here.)

Event co-chair Clark Hoover closed the evening with thanks to the guests for being such good friends of Tel Aviv University.

Deputy Consul General Gil Artzyeli
Deputy Consul General
Gil Artzyeli

Ricki Alon and Molly Weinberg
Ricki Alon and Molly Weinberg

Dr. Robert and Suzanne Reyto and Doron Kahana
Dr. Robert and Susanne Reyto
and Doron Kahana

Danga Bal and Diana Rubanenko
Danga Bal and Diana Rubanenko

Clark Hoover and Doron Kahana
Clark Hoover and Doron Kahana

Molly Weinberg and Adi Kutner
Molly Weinberg and Adi Kutner

Adi Kutner and Gil Artzyeli
Adi Kutner and Gil Artzyeli

Eveline Gindzburg and Wendy Wilson
Eveline Ginzburg and
Wendy Wilson

Tijana Srdanov and Stephanie Abrams
Tijana Srdanov and
Stephanie Abrams

Doron Kahana, Dorielle Hanyecz, Rosalie Lurie, and David Lowsky
Doron Kahana, Dorielle Hanyecz,
Rosalie Lurie, and David Lowsky

 

Ed Moran, Eyal Reinstein, Dan Katzir, Gil Artzyeli, and Israel Weinberg
Ed Moran, Eyal Reinstein,
Dan Katzir, Gil Artzyeli,
and Israel Weinberg

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