Category: News

Palm Springs Jewish Film Festival’s movies will be streaming November 1 through 7

From the festival’s website: The Palm Springs Jewish Film Festival provides an opportunity to grow compassion and community throughout the Coachella Valley, and to help expand understanding of Jewish life through film. Temple Isaiah, in conjunction with Jewish Federation of the Desert and our many sponsors, is proud to present the 7th Annual Palm Springs Jewish Film Festival...

Tucson International Jewish Film Festival: three pre-festival screenings

From the Arizona Jewish Post The Tucson International Jewish Film Festival is presenting three pre-festival screenings in advance of its January lineup for the 30th annual festival. The festival is using the Eventive platform to screen films that viewers can watch on a computer, mobile device, or smart TV, and Zoom...

Update on the Buenos Aires Jewish Film Festival

Excerpt from Vos Iz Neais?‘ article titled: How Buenos Aires’ Jews Have Weathered The Pandemic Over the past 16 years, the Buenos Aires Jewish film festival has debuted 250 movies by Israeli directors such as Yosef Shiloaj, Dan Wolman, Ayelet Bargur, Igaal Niddam, Ilan Heitne, David Volach, and Jorge Gurvich,...

Kubrick’s Cruise Kidman Schnitzler Sex Sizzler

Tablet Magazine posted an excerpt from a new book in the Jewish Lives series: “Stanley Kubrick: American Filmmaker” by David Mikics. Here are the opening paragraphs: A.I.,the Aryan Papers,and Eyes Wide Shut all present characters who are locked into their roles and cannot be authentic: the robot boy who yearns to be accepted...