The final screenings of the Las Vegas Jewish Film Festival are happening this week, and if you haven’t yet checked the diverse offerings of this festival—now in its 15th year!—there may be no better place to start than with a taste of Dough. Jonathan Pryce stars as a Kosher baker whose challah begins flying off the shelves after his young apprentice accidentally drops his weed into the dough. Chaos ensues, as they say. Also this weekend: a screening of the acclaimed Lias Immordino Vreeland documentary Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict, moderated by Basquiat: A Quick Killing in Art author Pheobe Hoban; and the unedited version of the History Channel documentary The Liberators: Why We Fought, an unflinching account of the liberation of the Dachau concentration camp at the end of World War II. Individual screenings are only $10. For tickets and screening information, visit the Las Vegas Jewish Film Festival website at LVJFF.org.
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