The Jewish Film Institute and Marin Jewish Community Center celebrate the best Jewish films of the year with a selection of highlights from the 43rd San Francisco Jewish Film Festival. You won't want to miss these must-see audience favorites from the Festival, returning to the Bay Area February 1-15 at the Marin JCC.
Tickets to all films can be purchased at www.marinjcc.org/events/.
My Neighbor Adolf - SFJFF43 Centerpiece Narrative
Thursday, February 1 · 6pm
Cranky and suspicious, a Holocaust survivor in South America, becomes convinced that his secretive German neighbor is Adolf Hitler and sets out to prove his case.
1341 Frames of Love and War - 2021 JFI Completion Grantee
Thursday, February 8 · 6pm
Celebrated war photographer Micha Bar-Am shares his vast archive of 500,000 photos and his reflections on the psychological and personal toll of bearing witness to multiple wars.
Queen of the Deuce
Thursday, February 15 · 6pm
An offbeat and extraordinary portrait of Chelly Wilson, the undisputed skin flick matriarch of the “Deuce”, the seedy underbelly of Manhattan that operated on 42nd Street in the 1970s and 80s.