HARRISBURG PA – “Intimate Grammar,” awarded “Best Feature Film” at the 2010 Jerusalem International Film Festival, will be screened May 18 (2012; Friday) at 5:30 p.m. in the State Museum of Pennsylvania, 300 North St., Harrisburg PA, as part of the 18th annual Harrisburg Jewish Film Festival, the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission has announced.
The film, an adaptation of a best-selling book, spans three years in the life of young Aharon Kleinfeld, a sensitive soul striving to survive his parents and his own delayed puberty in a 1960s-era housing development. Its presentation coincides with the museum’s monthly “3rd (Friday) in the ‘Burg” event.
The festival itself runs May 13-20 at the museum. Tickets cost $8 and available at the door.
The museum, located next to the State Capitol in Harrisburg, is one of 25 historic sites and museums administered by the commission. It offers expansive collections interpreting Pennsylvania’s heritage. Museum hours are Wednesday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, noon to 5 p.m. Admission is $5 for adults; $4 for children and senior citizens.
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