New York Jewish Film Festival 2020

The New York Jewish Film Festival presents films that explore the Jewish experience around the world. It is co-produced by the Jewish Museum and Film at Lincoln Center.


29th New York Jewish Film Festival

The 29th New York Jewish Film Festival is at Film at Lincoln Center from January 15-28, 2020.

Schedule and tickets from $15 at filmlinc.org

There are Israeli, French, Italian, and Mexican films this year.

The Festival may be even more relevant if you are not Jewish. There are many Jewish communities in both Latin Europe and Latin America. We both experienced historical slavery and we both experience being treated as outsiders.

Sadly, the recent anti-Semitism that we’ve experienced in New York City is coming from our own Black and Latin kids. Take your kids to the New York Jewish Film Festival and discover our common humanity.

Opening Night: Aulcie

Dani Menkin’s documentary tells the story of Aulcie Perry who led the Israeli basketball team to European championships in 1977 and 1981.

Thursday, January 16 at 8:30pm
Walter Reade Theater

Centerpiece: The Birch Tree Meadow

Loridan-Iven’s autobiographical drama tells the story of an Auschwitz survivor who returns to the camp and meets the young child of an SS guard there.

January 22 at 1:15pm and 8:15pm
Walter Reade Theater

Closing Night: Crescendo

Dror Zahavi’s drama tells the story of a conductor who takes on the job of creating an Israeli-Palestinian youth orchestra.

January 28 at 3:15pm and 8:30pm
Walter Reade Theater


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