OIFF 2014 presents “The Lost Key”

After a traumatic divorce, Ricardo Adler sets out to discover how to achieve a fulfilling and lasting marriage. His search takes him to Rabbi Manis Friedman, who introduces him to Kabbalah’s ancient secrets to attain the highest form of intimacy. The film portrays the dramatic transformation of Ricardo’s new marriage, and the reactions of other couples to this revolutionary way to sexual connection. The Lost Key reveals forgotten wisdom that could inspire society to rediscover intimacy, one bedroom at a time.

 

The Ottawa International Film Festival (OIFF) celebrates its Fifth Anniversary with a showcase of Canadian and international films at the historic Mayfair Theatre.Over the course of four days, OIFF will showcase 25 films, including narrative features, shorts and documentaries.

All tickets $10

Feature film highlights include:

Girlhouse
Canadian premiere
Director and producers in attendance | Q&A
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American Descent
Canadian premiere
Director and producers in attendance | Q&A
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My Father and the Man in Black
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The Lady in Number 6: Music Saved my Life
Oscar-winner, Best Documentary Short
Producer in attendance | Q&A
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In the Turn
Special LGBQT film presentation
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Chess Game
Canadian premiere
Director in attendance | Q&A
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The Lost Key
Canadian premiere
Director in attendance | Q&A

PLUS

Short films from across Canada and around the world

 

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  • The Director’s Guild of Canada
  • Lieutenant’s Pump
  • Wall Sound
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