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Palm Beach (FL), Davie (FL), Middletown (CT), Spokane (WA), Memphis (TN), Charlotte (NC): Jewish Film Festivals starting the week of January 26, 2020

Palm Beach (FL), Davie (FL), Middletown (CT), Spokane (WA), Memphis (TN), Charlotte (NC): Jewish Film Festivals starting the week of January 26, 2020

The 30th Donald M. Ephraim Palm Beach Jewish Film Festival starts on Sunday. They will show 39 films, including 5 shorts in 4 cinemas accross the Palm Beach area. Our page – Official site The Charlotte Jewish Film Festival will show altogether 15 films in the course of 3 weeks,...

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Brooklyn, Cincinnati, Sun City West, AZ: Jewish Film Festivals starting the week of January 19-25, 2020

The Brooklyn Israel Film Festival, presented by Kane Street Synagogue. will have 4 movies in 4 days, starting January 23: Born in Jerusalem and Still Alive, Guavas, Shooting Life, Shoelaces. Our page – Official site The Mayerson JCC Jewish & Israeli Film Festival in Cincinnati will show 20 movies a little...

First, S.F. Jewish Film Fest — next, the Oscars?

From the J: For many Bay Area Jews, the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival is a summer ritual, an annual film event more important than the Oscars. Some say it is the most Jewish activity they engage in all year. Now, their faithful attendance will hold even more currency. The...

Grant to expand the Jewish Federation of Sarasota-Manatee’s Jewish Film Festival into a year-round program

From Don411.com The State of Florida Division of Cultural Affairs recently awarded The Jewish Federation of Sarasota-Manatee a $25,000 Specific Cultural Project grant to help fund its 2017-2018 cultural arts programming. According to Howard Tevlowitz, JFSM’s executive director, the grant will allow the organization to expand its annual Jewish Film...

50 reasons why L.A. is America’s coolest Jewish city

23. The Israel Film Festival and the L.A. Jewish Film Festival Believed to be the largest showcase for Israeli films in the United States, since 1982 L.A.’s Israel Film Festival has, over the years, screened about 1,000 feature-length films, documentaries, TV shows and student-shorts and given more than 500 Israeli filmmakers access...