This celebration of the new voices in Jewish film includes eight new short films made by emerging filmmakers from Germany, Israel, Norway, and the U.S. These films represent the wide range and talent of filmmakers working on Jewish films today.
You’ll also be able to vote for the FreshFlix Audience Award; the first- and second-place winners take home the prize.
- “Broken Bird” (10 minutes)
- “Esther” (12 minutes)
- “Grey Zone” (10 minutes)
- “Jegna” (5 minutes)
- “Masel Tov Cocktail” (30 minutes)
- “Safiyyah” (9 minutes)
- “The Shabbos Goy” (7 minutes)
- “Tamou” (10 minutes)
Watch the competition and then join us for the awards ceremony and live conversation with filmmakers Rachel Gordon Harrison, Talia Osteen, Arkadij Khaet, Mickey Paatzsch, Tzor Edery and Tom Prezman.
These films were selected by a prestigious jury: Caleb Alemany, Bradley Babendir, Goldie Eder, Naomi Fireman, Sara Gardner, Olivia Grant, Samarjeet Wable and Lani Weil.+ More... - Less...
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