The schedule for the first showings of the highly anticipated Berel & the Bus Driver film produced by Rebbee Hill, has just been announced. This coming Thursday evening, the second night of Chanukah, will be the first show for men and boys only at 7:30 p.m. Friday, there will be a showing for girls and women at 10:30 a.m. and for boys and men at 12:30 p.m.
Motzei Shabbos, December 4th, there will be two showings. The showing for girls and women will be at 7:30 p.m. and the show for men and boys will be at 9:30 p.m.
Sunday, December 5th, there will be three shows. The first, for women and girls at 11:00 a.m., the second for men and boys at 7:30 p.m., and the third and final show for girls and women at 9:30 p.m.
All shows will be taking place at the Orchas Chaim Hall, 410 Oberlin Avenue. (Corner of Cedarbridge Avenue and Oberlin Avenue.
The price is $10 for children and $12 for adults.
Doors open a half hour prior to show time. (Click here to view the poster).
For more information, you can call 732-806-4260.
See below for the video trailer.
Isn’t 7:30 p.m. Friday way after the zman?
read that again.
“This coming Thursday evening, the second night of Chanukah, will be the first show for men and boys only at 7:30 p.m. Friday, there will be a showing for girls and women at 10:30 a.m. and for boys and men at 12:30 p.m.”
its 730pm thursday night
#1 – get your eyes checked – even I can tell 8:30 is for Thursday. Friday is a different time.
Why not write “This coming Thursday, at 7:30p,m., there will be show for men and boys only….
Also, say where the shows before when the shows are.
People like to criticize talented people.
So looking forward to it.
Some people don’t believe
you can make a film that is fun and teaches good
values and at a good price on Thanksgiving
I wrote this comment
Congatulations torah umesorah for continuing to bring torah umesorah?? To our youth!!
I guess this Chanukah in lakewood the ‘yivonim/misyavnim’ will win! Not the ‘chashmonoim’ Welcome back ‘yidisha theater'(now in english) this time with a Hechsher from TORAH ?umesorah? R’Sraga FivelZT”L must be crying
Actually, it’s people like you the yevonim/misyavnim are proud of and happy. What an imbecile. This is not the yiddishe theater. This is an unbelievable educational tool. This film will teach our children the chashivus of shabbos etc. You yourself are using technology to get your message across. And you are getting a negative message across. The great REBBE HILL is getting a positive message across and will teach the children the chashivus of shabbos etc while using technology in the right way. Reb Shraga Feivel Zatzal would be proud of this innovation. Many years ago some kanoyim came to the great Chazon Ish complaining that he has allowed the Tiferes Tziyon Yeshiva to teach in the Hebrew language. The Chazon Ish Zatzal told them that the battlefield has changed. We cannot continue to fight the wars of today with old ammunition. We always must be coming up with new ways to win our wars. We have already lost so many of our youth partly because we aren’t fighting the war properly. Let us use technology in a positive way and together we will win the war and save our youth.
actually it’s people likeYOU who call anyone who questions the hefkeirus going on right now imbeciles. Do you really think hashem needs our help. Maybe a full featured movie is not something that children in Lakewood need to be seeing? Maybe a jewish version of “Dancs Dance Revolution” is not going to help our yiddishkeit. Before calling us imbeciles how about consulting with our gedolim about what is proper? If everything is ok let’s just go back to showing our kids GI Joe and Popeye. The bad guys always losing surely impart a mening full message to our kids in a most innovative way….
to #9 and #11. I think that before you talk you should go see the film. It is fabulous and I know it as a fact that many mechanchim have been on the advisory board and have seen every part of the film. It has a very special message and there is no question that it is appropriate for any child to see.
#9…Intelligence is the mainframe of human achievement…however were you left out? Throughout history there have been multiple ways tio draw people to yiddishkeit, or to draw them away from The other options media so subtly presents. Are you so pure that you hold yourself above the likes of mechanchim and askanim? Is there some problem you feel you need to address to us all about your inability to reach out? Would you prefer a setting such as a regular movie theatre for people to mingle about?
You speak because you lack the sense to keep quiet and you make yourself heard for lack of better ideas. Please spare the klal of your pestering insolence and forsaken sense and keep quiet. I see no point in continuing a further discussion about the state of klal yisrael nowadays due to ignorant fools such as yourself.
very well said.
Many, many years ago in der tof resh pei’s (the twenties) an ancestoe of mine tried to start a movie house for frumme yidden. This yid was a groisser yarei shamayim, and in his over twenty years that he lived in America after coming from EY (and before that Grodna) he never learnt how to speak the Goyishe shprach fun unzere land.
To the poster calling himself: “way to go” #8.
Did you say youth?
What are youths?
And BTW to all you holier than thau chevra. Do you really rather the chushuva kInderlach of today watch popeye!!! Bist du tzuderiet? Besides teaching children the benefit of eating spinach, what moral and spiritual lesson was learned from popeye?
Ma she eyn keyn Berel and the Bus driver might have a bissel mehr toichen.
I sure hope.
#9 :Don’t expect much support for your position on this forum. Most people that go online, myself included, have no problem with using the media for chinuch and kosher entertainment. I do believe there is validity to your point of view and I’m sure there are a lot of shtarke yungerleit as well as Roshei Yeshiva who wholeheartedly agree with you. It is important for people who disagree with you to be respectful and polite. Your hashkofa ,even if looked at as being impractical and even harmful for our times, serves as a check on this new medium and of it ever getting too permissive.
#17: it is only a very few that are on the madreiga of not needing some type of entertainment.
Does anybody know…
Is it available on a dvd for purchase?
As of now there will only be public showings. Torah umesorah may decide to sell it to the public at a later date.
Bottom line is the film is appropriate for certain audiences, primarily out of Lakewood yet also for some in Lakewood who unfortunately need kosher alternatives (no offense). It should NOT be marketed to the many yeshivaleit who’s children will be negatively impacted by being exposed to films. The problem starts when my child in the Cheder, who has many wholesome kosher forms of entertainment starts coming home and complaining that the other kids in his class have seen the film so why can’t he? This was not done with sechel.
I am so psyced for this film!! I’ve loved Rebbee Hill ever since I first heard his Kli Yakar cds, and this video looks like it’s going to be a real treat! I absolutely can’t wait!
And to all those naysayers, for goodness sake, wake up already!! I work with children all the time, and do you know how many of them go crazy when they see Elmo?! If it’s between this and sesame street, I’d much rather put the safety of klal yisroel’s future in the hands of people like Rebbee Hill & Torah Umesorah! What has Elmo or Big Bird ever done for anyone except fill their heads with stupidity and nonesense? Or how about “The Wiggles” that are the epitome of human stupidity at it’s worst! Or how about Barney?
Really now, I understand the sadness that Klal Yisroel has sunk to such a low level of needing such things, but lets face it: either we keep up with the times, or the times will outdate us. If this is the nisayon of the generation, then we have to rise up to meet it’s challenge by fighting fire with fire.
Try fighting with water, and all you’ll get is a lot of steam 😉
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