If you’re looking for films with with Jewish themes, look no farther than www.bjff.org The Boston Jewish Film Festival’s website is now live with information on films screening in its 22nd annual Festival. We have films to match interests from Tango to baseball to interfaith relationships and intercultural adoption — and that’s just a sampling. Our search is thorough, so you’ll see films from Australia, China, Israel, Québec and more.
The Festival runs November 3-14, with suburban screenings beginning October 26 and ending November 16.
A number of these films make their North American or U.S. debut at the Festival. Those screening for the first time in New England generally have credentials from top festivals like Berlin, Sundance, Tribeca, Haifa, and Jerusalem.
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