The Jewish Film Institute champions emerging and established filmmakers telling bold stories about Jewish life, culture, and identity through our Filmmaker Residency and Completion Grants programs. SFJFF42 is proud to showcase this dynamic group of films that received JFI support in their creation.
Two brothers flee home during the Nazi regime. Generations later, their granddaughter weaves a dreamlike story of the untold past crossing into the present.Read More
Decades before #MeToo, controversial Jewish Feminist Writer and public intellectual, Andrea Dworkin called out the pervasiveness of sexism and rape culture with revolutionary and iconoclastic flair.Read More
While digging in an Israeli archive, a film researcher stumbles across never-before-seen footage from a long-lost Palestinian Liberation Organization archive seized by Israel in the 1982 Lebanon war.Read More
The brilliant David Strathairn gives a mesmerizing one-man performance as Jan Karski, a WWII Polish resistance fighter, whose testimony was emotionally given in Claude Lanzmann’s "Shoah."Read More
A heartbreaking documentary explores Pittsburgh’s community response to hate in the aftermath of the deadliest antisemitic attack in U.S. history, the mass shooting which took the lives of 11 Jewish congregants in the fall of 2018.Read More
$135 JFI Members / $155 General Public
The 10-Flix Voucher Package can be redeemed for 10 regularly priced tickets to any 10 programs of your choice (not good for Special Programs except Centerpiece Films). Share with family and friends, fully transferable. Great for gifts!