4 2022

White Mountain Jewish Film Festival presents: Tiger Within

7:00PM - 9:00PM  

Bethlehem Hebrew Congregation 39 Strawberry Hill Rd
Bethlehem, NH 03574

Contact David Goldstone


All Films events are as follows:

Thursdays: 7:00 PM   Colonial Theatre, 2050 Main St. Bethlehem, NH

Admission: General Admission: $10-
BHC, JFNH, & Colonial Members: $9

Admission includes:

  • 6:00 PM Patio Social Hour – Complimentary Refreshments
  • 6:30 PM  Guest Speaker
  • 7:00 PM  Film (Followed by Q & A with Guest Speaker)

Thursday, August 4, 2022, 7:00 PM - Tiger Within:        

A young punk who thinks she knows it all. An old man who knows he doesn’t. They strike up a conversation. It becomes life changing. A deepening knowledge occurs as they walk the streets of LA. He is a Holocaust survivor; she a massage-parlor worker on the run and a holocaust denier, though he doesn’t hold any of that against her. Newcomer 14-year old Margot Josefsohn plays angry but stunningly naïve Casey, living from hand to mouth on the streets  of LA fending off the frightening advances of men, having nowhere to go. She trusts no one.  Samuel, played by the sublime (multiple Emmy Award-winning actor Ed Asner) trusts only a few. The two form an unexpected friendship, which gradually blossoms into a new family unit – him providing her the support and guidance that was lacking in her life, and her offering him the glimpse  of the fatherhood that was torn from him many years prior. A redemptive story about the power of forgiveness and unconditional love to transform lives and overcome ignorance, fear and hate…  Gerri Miller Jewish Journal

Guest Speaker: Larry Hott

LARRY HOTT, Florentine Films/Hott Productions, has produced over twenty-five major documentaries for PBS and national broadcast.  His awards include an Emmy, two Academy Award nominations, a George Foster Peabody Award, the DuPont-Columbia Journalism Award, the Erik Barnouw Award.  Hott was the Fulbright Fellow in Film and Television in the United Kingdom in 1994 and Fulbright Specialist in Vietnam in 2015. His recent films include “The War of 1812,” “Frederick Law Olmsted: Designing America,” “Rising Voices: The Revitalization of the Lakota Language,” and “The Warrior Tradition.”  He is now producing and directing “The Niagara Movement: A Mighty Current of Protest” for national PBS broadcast next year.  

For more information visit