Dive deep into the Festival program with these cross-sectional spotlights featuring thematic highlights, local interests, not-to-miss short films and more.
JFI is proud to highlight three major organizational partnerships bringing Bay Area arts communities together, including co-presented programs with the Museum of the African Diaspora, the San Francisco Silent Film Festvial and the Film Noir Foundation.Read More
SFJFF38 is proud to showcase several films from past and present Bay Area filmmakers or which celebrate the vibrancy of local communities and contribute to the strong tradition of independent filmmaking thriving here today.Read More
SFJFF38 is pleased to showcase award-winning and critically acclaimed films from around the world each year in the Bay Area. These Festival titles have already garnered national and international acclaim at premier film festivals.Read More
Don't miss the twenty stellar short films in this year's program, each of which tells a big story. All narrative shorts compete for the SFJFF Film Movement Award and all documentary shorts compete for the juried Best Short Documentary Award, the winner of which is eligible for the Academy Award in Documentary (Short Subject).Read More
Devour these standout titles that celebrate the printed page, either through profiles of celebrated writers or adaptations that breathe new life into well-loved or lesser-known stories.Read More
Through the lenses of these films at SFJFF38, explore multiple approaches to topics and themes relating to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, historical legacies of the region, and the rhythms of modern daily life.Read More
From the enduring legacy of one of Saturday Night Live's most beloved comedians to a lost-and-found 1924 silent film treasure and a hard-hitting joournalism documentary, don't miss these films playing once at SFJFF38.Read More
Browse these captivating programs exploring life and love in the LGBTQ communities of today and generations past.Read More
The 38th San Francisco Jewish Film Festival (July 19 – August 5, 2018) is pleased to bring back free films for single mothers with young children on Saturday and Sunday mornings at the Castro Theatre in San Francisco. Use code SJM38 to reserve your tickets if you qualify for this special program.Read More
$110 JFI Members / $130 General Public
The 10-Flix Voucher Package can be redeemed for 10 regular priced tickets to any 10 programs of your choice (not good for Special Programs except Centerpiece Films, and the Freedom of Expression Award Presentation. Share with family and friends, fully transferable. Great for gifts!