The (online) Long Beach Jewish Film Festival starts on November 7
From the festival’s site:
The Long Beach Jewish Film Festival provides a window to the Jewish experience and allows us to explore contemporary and historical themes in many different global settings. Some films will make you laugh and others will make you cry…all will provide you with a life lesson. In our annual festival, we are delighted to present five compelling films in November. We will also be having special virtual events with an expert on the subject matter at hand to enhance the viewing and learning experience for our audience and to strengthen our sense of community.
Tickets are $12 for JCC members and $15 for non-members while pases are $50 dn $65 respectively. These are the five movies they will show: Aulcie, Crescendo, Saul & Ruby – To Life, The Spy Behind Home Plate, When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit
Check out the festival’s promotional video