Tuesday night presents a wealth of options. The Morris and Mollye Fogelman International Jewish Film Festival presents a comedy from Morocco at the Memphis Jewish Community Center auditorium. Midnight Orchestra tells the story of a man trying to put together a tribute to his late father by finding all the musicians he played with.
At Studio on the Square, Indie Memphis presents In The Fade, a German drama about a woman who loses her family to neo-Nazi terrorists, and the price her quest for revenge exacts.
Meanwhile, over at Crosstown Arts, the monthly Shoot & Splice series presents a lecture by Rhodes College Film and Media Studies Professor Rashna Richards based on her book For The Love of Cinema: Teaching Our Passions In And Out Of The Classroom.
On Wednesday night, Feb. 7, at Crosstown Arts, the International Shorts program from Indie Memphis 2017 presents snack sized movies from Norway, Canada, India, China, Mexico, and South Korea.
Thursday's offering from the International Jewish Film Festival explores a dark time in twentieth century history when Nelson Mandela faced a death sentence for conspiring to overthrow the apartheid government of South Africa. An Act of Defiance is screening at Malco Ridgeway Four.
Then on Sunday, at the MJCC, a biopic about the beloved, mercurial entertainer Sammy Davis, Jr.