Events Calendar

 

 

Jul
6
Sat
Not-So-Silent Short Film Fest
Jul 6 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Vanguard Culture and the La Jolla Historical Society present three interactive evenings of silent short films curated by award-winning multi-media curator and soundscape artist Scott Paulson. Paulson will present lively screenings of silent classics with his band, the Teeny-Tiny Pit Orchestra. Audiences are encouraged to grab sound makers ranging from exotic wooden birdcalls, to giant thunder-sheets, to old-school car horns to help underscore the films. Featuring craft cocktails and delicious gourmet popcorn varieties by Vanguard Culture’s Culinary Director Chef Daniella de la Puente. Cost of ticket includes 1 bag of gourmet popcorn + 1 beverage.

Jul
12
Fri
‘The Last’ Screening
Jul 12 @ 1:00 pm

THE LAST is two-time Sundance Film Festival veteran filmmaker Jeff Lipsky’s (FLANNEL PAJAMAS) latest provocative film. Tony Award winning actor Reed Birney (THE HUMANS) and the remarkable nonagenarian actress Rebecca Schull (LITTLE CHILDREN) lead an ensemble cast in this riveting story about a Holocaust survivor, albeit one with a shocking twist. Josh and his fiancé Olivia, both 28-year-old teachers, both devout followers of modern Orthodox Judaism (she a recent convert from Catholicism), meet their beloved 92-year-old great-grandmother Claire for a beach outing. After lunch, Claire makes a shattering confession to the two people she most adores: she was never a Jew, and her life was saved by a gynecologist who went on to become one of the Holocaust’s most inhuman monsters…and she was his nurse at Auschwitz.

‘The Last’ Screening
Jul 12 @ 4:00 pm

THE LAST is two-time Sundance Film Festival veteran filmmaker Jeff Lipsky’s (FLANNEL PAJAMAS) latest provocative film. Tony Award winning actor Reed Birney (THE HUMANS) and the remarkable nonagenarian actress Rebecca Schull (LITTLE CHILDREN) lead an ensemble cast in this riveting story about a Holocaust survivor, albeit one with a shocking twist. Josh and his fiancé Olivia, both 28-year-old teachers, both devout followers of modern Orthodox Judaism (she a recent convert from Catholicism), meet their beloved 92-year-old great-grandmother Claire for a beach outing. After lunch, Claire makes a shattering confession to the two people she most adores: she was never a Jew, and her life was saved by a gynecologist who went on to become one of the Holocaust’s most inhuman monsters…and she was his nurse at Auschwitz.

‘The Last’ Screening
Jul 12 @ 7:00 pm

THE LAST is two-time Sundance Film Festival veteran filmmaker Jeff Lipsky’s (FLANNEL PAJAMAS) latest provocative film. Tony Award winning actor Reed Birney (THE HUMANS) and the remarkable nonagenarian actress Rebecca Schull (LITTLE CHILDREN) lead an ensemble cast in this riveting story about a Holocaust survivor, albeit one with a shocking twist. Josh and his fiancé Olivia, both 28-year-old teachers, both devout followers of modern Orthodox Judaism (she a recent convert from Catholicism), meet their beloved 92-year-old great-grandmother Claire for a beach outing. After lunch, Claire makes a shattering confession to the two people she most adores: she was never a Jew, and her life was saved by a gynecologist who went on to become one of the Holocaust’s most inhuman monsters…and she was his nurse at Auschwitz.

Jul
13
Sat
Beth Israel Marches @ San Diego Pride Parade
Jul 13 @ 10:00 am

Come march with Congregation Beth Israel to support the
LGBTQ+ community at the San Diego Pride Parade.

‘The Last’ Screening
Jul 13 @ 1:00 pm

THE LAST is two-time Sundance Film Festival veteran filmmaker Jeff Lipsky’s (FLANNEL PAJAMAS) latest provocative film. Tony Award winning actor Reed Birney (THE HUMANS) and the remarkable nonagenarian actress Rebecca Schull (LITTLE CHILDREN) lead an ensemble cast in this riveting story about a Holocaust survivor, albeit one with a shocking twist. Josh and his fiancé Olivia, both 28-year-old teachers, both devout followers of modern Orthodox Judaism (she a recent convert from Catholicism), meet their beloved 92-year-old great-grandmother Claire for a beach outing. After lunch, Claire makes a shattering confession to the two people she most adores: she was never a Jew, and her life was saved by a gynecologist who went on to become one of the Holocaust’s most inhuman monsters…and she was his nurse at Auschwitz.

Jul
14
Sun
‘The Last’ Screening
Jul 14 @ 1:00 pm

THE LAST is two-time Sundance Film Festival veteran filmmaker Jeff Lipsky’s (FLANNEL PAJAMAS) latest provocative film. Tony Award winning actor Reed Birney (THE HUMANS) and the remarkable nonagenarian actress Rebecca Schull (LITTLE CHILDREN) lead an ensemble cast in this riveting story about a Holocaust survivor, albeit one with a shocking twist. Josh and his fiancé Olivia, both 28-year-old teachers, both devout followers of modern Orthodox Judaism (she a recent convert from Catholicism), meet their beloved 92-year-old great-grandmother Claire for a beach outing. After lunch, Claire makes a shattering confession to the two people she most adores: she was never a Jew, and her life was saved by a gynecologist who went on to become one of the Holocaust’s most inhuman monsters…and she was his nurse at Auschwitz.