COLUMBIA FILM SOCIETY: The Cakemaker
The Cakemaker is a beautiful film that explores love, loss, and religion. Thomas, a young and talented German baker, is having an affair with Oren, an Israeli married man who dies in a car crash. Thomas travels to Jerusalem seeking answers regarding Oren’s death. Keeping his secret to himself, Thomas starts working for Anat, his lover’s widow, who owns a small cafe. The New York Times calls The Cakemaker “sad and sweet, and with a rare lyricism” that “believes in a love that neither nationality, sexual orientation nor religion belief can deter.” (In Hebrew/German) (1 hour 43 minutes).
Films are only open to Columbia Film Society subscribers.
Subscribers must attend on the day and time specified on ticket. Changes are allowed if seats are available. Holders of other tickets must wait until all appropriate tickets holders are seated.
Horowitz Center Patron Safety
The college’s top priority remains the health, safety, and well-being of the college community. This includes the staff, students, artists, and patrons who participate in events presented in the Horowitz Center. Below you'll find information about what you can expect when you attend an exhibit or performance in the Horowitz Center this season. Please revisit the patron safety page before attending each event as regulations may have changed.
Number to call in case of inclement weather:
Columbia senior citizens may obtain transportation to theater fron a special transportation program sponsored by the Senior Advocates of the Columbia Association.
Call 410-715-3087 for information.
If you have any questions about tickets or lost tickets, please send an email to email@example.com
*Please note: The Horowitz Center Box Office DOES NOT sell subscriptions for Columbia Film Society. Columbia Film Society staff will be on site the day of the performance to answer questions about lost tickets and other patron concerns.