San Francisco Jewish Film Festival
MISSION & OBJECTIVE
The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival is proud to be entering our third decade of service to the Jewish community and to the independent filmmakers whose creativity drives our program. Our work has defined the role of film in creating a unique opportunity to strengthen community consciousness about Jewish identity, history and culture.
Our programs reflect those traditions in Jewish thought and history that respect the human rights and dignity of all people, explore the nature of racial prejudice, generate thought provoking cross cultural dialogues with other ethnic communities and encourage audiences to question their deeply held values and beliefs.
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
Acclaimed as the most beloved and successful Jewish community event in the Bay Area, the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival is the oldest and largest Jewish Film Festival in the world. Our Bay Area audience has grown to 34,700 people, becoming larger and more diverse each year. This growth is a direct result of our commitment to screening films that explore relationships between Jews and other groups such as African Americans, Latinos, Arabs, Asians, Palestinians and others, and to exploring how we, as Jews, express our Arab and Latino(a) identities. The Festival now has a home in four cities around the Bay -- San Francisco, Berkeley, Menlo Park and San Rafael in Marin County. Our televised PBS screenings reach approximately 400,000 viewers annually.
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