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The Jewish Film Institute is a nonprofit media arts organization with the mission to inspire communities in San Francisco and around the world to expand their understanding of Jewish life through film, media and dialogue. Presenter of the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival (SFJFF), JFI also provides support and opportunities to emerging filmmakers, maintains a year-round calendar of programs and events, curates an extensive selection of online film and media for audiences worldwide, and so much more. We would not be able to do this work without a dedicated community of supporters, sponsors, and foundation partners.

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Becoming a member of the Jewish Film Institute means joining a community of over 40,000 that champions film and media which reflects the full diversity of Jewish experience. Members receive priority access to all JFI and SFJFF events.

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JFI depends on donors like you to continue to present the world's most innovative and original new voices to the Bay Area and beyond. Make a donation now to preserve the rich history of Jewish communities around the world, one film at a time.

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Strategic Partnerships

JFI offers exceptional integrated marketing opportunities across stage, screen, print and digital platforms at the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival and beyond. Learn more about how to get your brand noticed by our loyal audience.

Sponsorships

Future Focus Fund

Support the future of Jewish film for generations to come by including the Jewish Film Institute in your estate planning.

Legacy Giving

Volunteer

Volunteering for the Jewish Film Institute is a terrific way to meet other film lovers and see great films. Applications for volunteers are welcome year round.

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Current Employment Opportunities

Current Year-Round Position Openings

Filmmaker Services Manager

Full Time | San Francisco Based

JFI provides significant creative support to both established and emerging filmmakers through its Filmmaker in Residence, Completion Grants and Teen Fellowships programs. The Filmmaker Services Manager (FSM) will serve as the primary lead and key liaison for all JFI’s filmmaker services as well as researching, recommending and piloting new filmmaker services.The Filmmaker Services Manager is a full-time exempt position. Peak periods and special events including the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival may require occasional evenings and weekends.

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Office Coordinator

Full Time | San Francisco

The Office Coordinator is a key team member in a small and dynamic non-profit arts organization and reports to the COO. The Office Coordinator is the office administrator, provides administrative support to the Executive Director and the Board of Directors, and provides bookkeeping and HR support to the COO. In addition, the Office Coordinator supports the operational planning and execution of the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival and other Year-round JFI programs.

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