August 6, 2008
5th of Av, 5768 
This is an email announcement regarding the documentary film, Lonely Man of Faith: The Life and Legacy of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik
Last time I announced lots of new screenings.  This time there are even more!
NEW: This Tuesday, August 12 (11th of Av) at 8 PM, the film will screen in Deal, NJ, at Congregation Magen David of West DealRabbi Ezra Labaton, rabbi of the synagogue and a student of the Rav, will speak, and I will participate as well.  The shul is located at 395 Deal Road.  For more information, call 732-531-3220.
Sunday, August 24 (23rd of Av), at 7 PM, will be the Miami Premiere.  The screening will take place at the Byron Carlyle Theater in Miami Beach and is sponsored by the Lehrman Community Day School I will be participating in a panel discussion after the screening, together with Rabbi Seth Linfield, the Head of School.  The address for the theater is 500 71st St.  You can either order tickets online or call (305) 866-2771The Facebook event is here.

NEW: Monday, August 25 (24th of Av), at 8 PM, there will be an Encore Screening, at Young Israel of Greater Miami, in North Miami Beach.  I will be speaking after this screening, as well.  The address of the shul is 990 NE 171st St.  For more information, call (305) 651-3591.

NEW: September 20 (20th of Elul), at 9 PM, the film will screen at Congregation Beth Tefillah, in Paramus, NJ.  Selichot prayer services will follow, at 11 PM.  The shul is located at 452 Forest Ave.  For more information, call 201-265-4100
September 23 (23rd of Elul), at 7:30 PM, will be a screening as part of the Rochester (NY) Jewish Film Festival SERIESI will be speaking about the film, afterwards.  The screening will take place at the Little Theater, 240 East Avenue. Tickets can be purchase by calling 585-461-2000, ext. 235.  
NEW: October 6 (7th of Tishrei) will be the long-awaited Englewood Premiere!  The film will screen at The Moriah School, 53 S. Woodland Street, Englewood, NJ.  More information to follow.

As noted before, these screenings will happen in November:
Once again, I'd appreciate it if you could forward this email to anyone else who might be interested in this information.  And here's a link to the Facebook group for the film.
Last time, I sent out a small thumbnail of the poster for the film, and several people asked if I could include a larger picture.  Here goes:

This past Sunday, Aug. 3 (2nd of Av), there were two screenings of the film.
At Young Israel of Teaneck, NJ, Rabbi Aharon Rakeffet-Rothkoff, student and biographer of the Rav, spoke about his involvement as Senior Advisor on the film.

I attended the screening at Lido Beach Synagogue, on Long Island, on a beautiful day.  Rabbi Daniel Mehlman, rabbi of the synagogue, spoke about his experience as a student of the Rav in the 1960s.  The crowd was enthusiastic and almost all the seats were taken!

If you have an interesting experience or story connected to the film, please don't hesitate to share them with me.  You can simply reply to this email (don't worry, it will only go to me). 

If anyone is interested in organizing a screening outside of Israel, please contact
For screenings within Israel, contact Hedva Goldschmidt, of Go2Films.
Take care,
Ethan Isenberg