SFJFF Presents: October's Online Short
How to Make It To The Promised Land
Sam Lutsky's polished and satirical short film takes us to a summer camp that's just about to get strange for 15 year-old Lizzie when she is forced to play a Holocaust role-play game.
SFJFF Presents: November's Online Short
Arnold Cowan is not a religious man, which is a bit of a problem because his son wants a proper bar mitzvah. Arnold's mother pulls him in one direction, and his wife pulls him in another, but when a family tragedy brings everyone together, it has consequences no one expects. Watch this month's Online Short on the SFJFF YouTube Channel now!
Fight For Your Right (Party)
A Beastie Boys Tribute Night
SFJFF's celebration of America's original Jewish rappers, the Beastie Boys. Live music, DJ Cyclofunk with rare B-sides, and the Beastie Boys' landmark music videos screening on the walls of Public Works. Put on your best 80s/90s club wear, or dress as your favorite Beastie Boy, for a chance to win SFJFF tickets, and more!
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Q&A with Director John Lollos and SFJFF34’s Freedom of Expression Awardee Theodore Bikel, and performance by Theo Bikel.
Following the World Premiere screening of Theodore Bikel: In the Shoes of Sholem Aleichem, as part of SFJFF34. For more information, visit: http://sfjff.org/
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