• World Focus
Keep the Change
 
Director: Rachel Israel
  • Drama
  • Comedy
  • Romance
Asian Premiere
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Schedule & Ticket
EX Theater Roppongi
10/27 12:00- (94min) -
Tickets ¥1500,
Student Tickets ¥1000
Student Tickets at the Door ¥500 Available from 0:00
SOLD OUT
TOHO CINEMAS Roppongi Hills SCREEN8
11/02 18:50- (94min) -
Tickets ¥1500,
Student Tickets ¥1000
Student Tickets at the Door ¥500 Available from 0:00
SOLD OUT
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* Tickets for some screenings/programs may be available again after sold-out.
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Please note that the stage appearances of guests and scheduled time of the show may change according to circumstances.
Introduction
A New York City romantic comedy, Keep the Change is the unlikely love story of two people who meet in a support group. While David, an upper-class charmer, wants nothing to do with this world, Sarah fully embraces her individuality. When paired on an assignment to take a field trip over the Brooklyn Bridge, David is less than enthused. But what he doesn’t realize is that this quirky bundle of energy just might hold the key to his happiness.
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Director Rachel Israel

Rachel Israel co-produced Violet & Daisy (2011), and her filmography includes short films screened at festivals around the world. Her feature film debut Keep the Change (2017) is a reworking of the eponymous short film she created in 2014. The project received support from a variety of institutions, such as the Sundance Institute, Rooftop FF, and the Princess Grace Foundation.

Staff Director/Screenplay : Rachel Israel
Producer : Summer Shelton
Producer : Todd Remis
Producer : Kurt Enger
Cinematographer : Zachary Halberd
Music : Amie Doherty
Editor : Alex Camilleri
Production Designer : Alina Smirnova
Costume Designer : Havi Elkaim
Cast Brandon Polansky
Samantha Elisofon
Will Deaver
Nicky Gottlieb
Jessica Walter
Tibor Feldman
Website
94min. Color English | 2017 USA |
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From 12:00pm on Sept. 27 Wed - 13:00pm on Oct. 3 Tue
"FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST" (Opening)
"The Stand-In Thief" (Special Screenings)
"Ismael's Ghosts" (World Focus)
 
 
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Oct. 14 Sat
12:00pm〜
Asian Future・CROSSCUT ASIA・Co-Hosted/Allied Events and Others
16:00pm〜
Competition・Japan Now・Japanese Classics
Oct. 15 Sun
12:00pm〜
Japanese Cinema Splash・World Focus・Youth
16:00pm〜
Special Screenings・Special Program
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・From 12:00pm on Oct. 14 Sat (Tickets wii be sold by sections) until 20 min. after the last screening on Nov. 3 Fri.
TIFF Ticket Center counters
Oct. 25 Wed 9:30am〜
TIFF Ticket Center (Roppongi Hills 2F O-YANE PLAZA)
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・Oct. 25 Wed〜Nov. 3 Fri ・From 9:30 am until 20 min. after the start of the venue's last screening of the day.
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