Director Rami Kimchi's film The Night of Fools, whose family roots are based in Izmir, was screened at the Quincentennial Foundation Museum Of Turkish Jews on Sunday (November 10th). After the screening, Kimchi also met with moviegoers. Due to the legacy inherited from his grandmother and grandfather, who were Sephardic, Kimchi bears an affection for Turkey. In Kimchi's film, Algerian Jewish youth tricks the French militia, helping the Americans to land in Algeria in 1942. In addition to directing, Rami Kimchi is a visiting professor at the University of Michigan, Tulane University, and the University of California at San Diego, and is known for writing for the Ha'aretz Newspaper.