Aulcie

About the Film

Basketball legend, Aulcie Perry, led Maccabi Tel Aviv to an upset win in the European Championship in 1977 and again four years later. Aulcie was spotted by a scout for Maccabi Tel Aviv during the summer of 1976 in Harlem and was quickly signed to play for their fledgling team. The Israeli players immediately responded to Aulcie's leadership. To the surprise of many, Aulcie Perry converted to Judaism and became an Israeli citizen. Recounting both the highs and lows, this inspiring film tells the story of a remarkable athlete who captured the spirit of a nation, triumphant and victorious against all odds.

Screening

Monday, May 6, 2020 | 7:00 pm
Dessert reception to follow

 

Location: Thalian Hall. 

 

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Film Details

Director
Dani Menkin

Year
2020

Running Time

75 minutes

Genre
Documentary

Country

Israel & U.S.

Language

English

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