Discover a year-round calendar of screenings and events perfect for the film novice or aficionado -- presenting narratives, documentaries, live programs and social events that reflect a global approach and full-time dedication to Jewish life and culture.
The Jewish Film Institute will co-present the Israeli narrative film One Week and a Day at the 39th Mill Valley Film Festival, October 6-16. The film, which won the International Critic’s Week Award at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival, screened this summer at the 36th San Francisco Jewish Film Festival.Read more Buy Tickets
The Jewish Film Institute will co-present the new documentary film Company Town at the 39th Mill Valley Film Festival, October 6-16. The new documentary about high tech, political hustle, gentrification, and the future of cities is directed by Deborah Kaufman, who founded the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival in 1980, and Alan Snitow.Read more Buy Tickets
The Jewish Film Institute co-presents the documentary Yam’s Journey at the upcoming Superfest International Disability Film Festival, taking place October 22-23, 2016 in Berkeley and San Francisco. Tickets for Superfest, the world’s longest running disability film festival, are on sale now.Read more Buy Tickets