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Save the date for the Seattle Jewish Film Festival

Save the date for the Seattle Jewish Film Festival

Save the date for the 22nd Annual
Seattle Jewish Film Festival
MARCH 25 - APRIL 2
Laugh. Cry. Love. Gather. Celebrate. To Life!

Full schedule announced February 1! 

Now in its 22nd year, the Seattle Jewish Film Festival is a nine-day annual event and year-round international cinematic exploration and celebration of Jewish and Israeli life, culture, and history. The 2017 program will have the special theme of "Arrivals." Additional highlights include an Opening Night Happy Hour and Tom Douglas Dessert Party, and the Opening Sunday Matzoh Momma Sunday Brunch & Film. Past programming highlights include Natalie Portman's directorial debut, "A Tale of Love & Darkness," "Baba Joon," Israel's 2016 submission to the Oscars, and "In Search of Israeli Cuisine," with superstar chef and 2016 James Beard Award winner Michael Solomonov in attendance.

Founded in 1995 by AJC Seattle, SJFF has been a program of the Stroum Jewish Community Center since 2012 and a vital cornerstone of its Cultural Arts season and programming.  Central to the J’s community-building mission, SJFF brings people together to inspire learning and encourage new perspectives by showcasing the vibrancy, virtuosity and diversity of Jewish and Israeli storytelling, cinema and talent.

Seattle Jewish Film Festival Announces 2017 Lineup

Seattle Jewish Film Festival Announces 2017 Lineup

Children's Film Festival Seattle has important mission to inspire kids to change the world

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