SFJFF Presents: March's Online Short
"Tzniut" from the Hebrew meaning "modesty or privacy: the laws pertaining to a modest life" provides a dash of darkly tragic irony as the title to the film, in which a Hasidic woman in Brooklyn discovers she has an STD. Although limited by her social standing in a deeply orthodox community, she seeks the origin of her illness.
Join The Team! 2015 Internships Now Open
JOIN THE TEAM! SFJFF now seeking 2015 INTERNS
The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival is now accepting application for INTERNSHIPS for 2015 Spring and Summer Openings! We're looking for engaged, enthusiastic, creative and passionate people of all backgrounds to join the SFJFF team in a variety of capacities. Help us make our 35th year unforgettable!
SFJFF Presents: "Best of the Fest" at Osher Marin JCC
The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival Presents: "Best of the Fest"
SFJFF is proud to present some highlights from our 34th Festival at the Osher Marin JCC in San Rafael. RUN BOY RUN, The STURGEON QUEENS, and HAVANA CURVEBALL will all play at the JCC from February through March! Click here for tickets.
- SFJFF Presents Online Shorts: Q&A with TZNIUT director David Formentin
This month we feature director David Formentin’s gritty narrative short TZNIUT in our Selected...More
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- SFJFF Presents Online Shorts: Q&A with GLOOMY SABBATH director Amit Epstein
Christian just renovated his new home when he learns that his grandmother with dementia, Greta, is...More
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- SFJFF Presents Online Shorts: Q&A with WHAT'S IN A NAME director Daniel Robin
Director Daniel Robin is mistakenly booked for a flight under the name Robinowitz (which was...More
- 12 weeks 4 days 8 hours 11 min 43 sec ago from web