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We're 21! Drink up the culture | April 2-10, 2016 | Tickets on sale March 1st
Drink Up The Culture, Starting Opening Night
Drink up the culture with the Seattle Jewish Film Festival this year. Our lineup of films, guests, and parties is going to be extraordinary, kicking off opening night with Natalie Portman's feature directorial debut, an adaptation of Amos Oz's A Tale of Love and Darkness, in which she also stars. Tom Douglas hosts the post-film dessert party.
2016 REAL/REEL Difference Award Recipients
We are thrilled to recognize two amazig women, who have made a real difference founding leading Jewish film festivals in the U.S., advocating for unsung heroes, social justice and education for all. Congratulations Deborah Rosen, SJFF's founding chair and a community leader, and Emmy-award nominated and Peabody award winning filmmaker Aviva Kempner (The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg). Join us for the Award Ceremony before Kempner's new film, "Rosenwald" on Sunday, April 3rd. We will then toast and tribute our honorees at the VIP Sponsor Gala Dinner.
Filmmakers: Submissions for 2016 SJFF are now closed - click here for more info and to submit for 2017 SJFF.