North American Jewish Film Festivals

By Forward Staff

Published January 11, 2012.
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New York Jewish Film Festival January 11 – January 26

Tucson International Film Festival January 12 – January 22

Baton Rouge Jewish Film Festival January 21 – January 24

San Luis Obispo CA 2nd Annual Jewish Film Festival January 21 - January 22

Atlanta Jewish Film Festival February 8 – February 29

San Diego Jewish Film Festival February 9 – February 19

Tampa Bay Jewish Film Festival February 9 – February 19

San Antonio Jewish Film Festival February 11 – February 15

Louisville Jewish Film Festival February 11 – February 25

Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival February 12 – February 26

Denver Jewish Film Festival February 23 – March 4

Charlotte Jewish Film Festival February 25 – March 11

Israeli Film Festival of Philadelphia February 25 – April 1

New York Sephardic Jewish Film Festival March

JEWISHFILM The National Center for Jewish Film’s Annual Film Festival March 2 - March 14

Houston Jewish Film Festival March 6 – March 18

Sacramento Jewish Film Festival March 10 – March 11

East Bay International Jewish Film Festival March 10 – March 18

9th Annual JCC Rockland International Jewish Film Festival Mar 11 - April 11

Seattle Jewish Film Festival March 15 – March 25

Israel Film Festival Los Angeles March 15 – March 29

New Jersey Jewish Film Festival March 15 - April 1

Minneapolis Jewish Film Festival March 15 – April 1

Pittsburgh Jewish Film Festival March 15 - April 1

New Hampshire Jewish Film Festival March 17 - March 25

Mandell JCC Hartford Jewish Film Festival March 17 – March 27

Pioneer Valley Jewish Film Festival March 17 – March 31

North Virginia International Jewish Film Festival March 18 – March 27

Austin Jewish Film Festival March 24 – March 30

Westchester Jewish Film Festival April 11 - May 1

Israel Film Festival Miami April 15 – April 22

Portland Jewish Film Festival April 15 – April 29

Lenore Marwil Jewish Film Festival April 22 - May 3, 2012

Dayton Jewish International Film Festival April 24 - May 10

Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival May 3 – May 10

Israel Film Festival New York May 3 - May 17

Toronto Jewish Film Festival May 3 – May 13

Berkshire Jewish Film Festival Mondays July 9 - August 13

San Francisco Jewish Film Festival July 19 – August 6

Other Israel Film Festival November 8 - November 15

Dates yet to be announced:

The Ring Family Wesleyan University Israeli Film Festival February-March

Asheville Jewish Film festival March

Maine Jewish Film Festival March

Baltimore Jewish Film Festival March

Buffalo International Jewish Film Festival May

St. Louis Jewish Film Festival June

Faigele Film Festival June

Rochester Jewish Film Festival July

Jewish Film Festival of Dallas September

Sonoma County Jewish Film Festival October

Rutgers Jewish Film Festival October

Silicon Valley Jewish Film Festival October

Chicago Festival of Israeli Cinema October

Cleveland Jewish FilmFest October

Milwaukee Jewish Film Festival October

Jewish Film Festival of Central New Jersey October - November

Boston Jewish Film Festival November

Columbus Jewish Film Festival November

Central Florida Jewish Film Festival November

Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival November

Calgary Jewish Film Festival November

Washington Jewish Film Festival December

Palm Beach Jewish Film Festival December

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