Year-Round Film

The SJCC is home to the Seattle Jewish Film Festival, the premiere festival of its kind in the region. Did you know that we offer more than the annual festival? During the year, you’ll find Best of Fest film screenings, family-friendly events, and film discussions. See you at the movies!

Still have questions? Contact SJCC Cultural Arts Program Coordinator Lori Ceyhun or call 206-232-7115 ext. 251.

Upcoming Films

3rd Thursday: GOLD BALLS

gold-balls-webThursday, May 18 | 7:30 p.m.
$12 | $8 SJCC members, seniors, students, youth

Kate Dandel’s documentary about the lives of elite tennis players inspires the average athlete in all of us. The twist? They’re all over 80, each a character in their own right. There’s a former most-eligible-bachelor from Madison, Wisconsin; a retired litigator teaching tween athletes a lesson in respecting their elders; a 75-year-old woman who thought her physical therapist was being too soft in treating her rotator cuff surgery; and the publisher of “Black Tennis Magazine.” This quirky story reminds us that getting up and on to the court is half the battle.

Filmmaker Kate Dandel in attendance. Rated PG.

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