Special Event: Sephardic coffee klatch (echar lashon) 
Reception: Sephardic coffee klatch (echar lashon) with coffee, tea, and biscochos  

In Person: March 3 + Virtual: Streams March 11 – 17

As they disentangle the fibers of deeply hidden family secrets handed down by generations past, Mexicans and Americans converge toward the often-shunned junction where Hispanic and Jewish cultures intersect. Refusing to conform to hard-and-fast boundaries of identity while asserting who they are, they draw inspiration from the life and story of Luis de Carvajal the Younger, who was burned at the stake in 16th-century Mexico during the Inquisition for the crime of observing the law of Moses. 

Director Bio: View on IMDB 
Daniel Goldberg Lerner is known for Un beso a esta tierra (A KISS TO THIS LAND, 1995) and En los pasos de Abraham (IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF ABRAHAM, 2010). 
Maureen and Joel Benoliel + Celeste and David Rind in memory of Bernice Rindz”l
Samis Foundation 
Event Sponsors: Dancing Goats Coffee + Sholom Tea 

Hospitality Partner: The Mary Schwartz Summit
Community Partners: Congregation Ezra Bessaroth 

Outreach Partner: Seattle Latino Film Festival