On the Big Screen: Film Forums
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!
Purchase tickets online or contact our box office: 206.388.0832 | BoxOffice@sjcc.org M-F during regular business hours.
Swing, Sip & Screen: DIRTY DANCING
DIRTY DANCING is the movie that launched a million romantic dreams. For one night, put on your own dancing shoes so you can swirl like Baby and jump like Johnny.
Free Film & Panel: FIGHTING FOR BEAUTY: HEALING INK
Artists 4 Israel brings the world’s most talented tattoo artists to Israel to cover the scars of those affects by terror attacks or war, helping survivors reclaim their bodies and begin healing both socially and emotionally. This powerful documentary explores one of the many ways the organization is fighting war with beauty. Panel about Jews and tattoos will follow the film.
This film is part of a week-long exhibit of artwork from the Artists 4 Israel program. The exhibit is open to the public and runs September 7-15.
Israeli TV Dinners: FALSE FLAG
Saturday, October 21
6 pm episodes 1 & 2 | 7:30 pm dinner and episodes 3 & 4
$30 | $25* (includes 4 episode and dinner)
Get lost in an Israeli heart-pounding TV drama, a gripping political thriller that puts five Israelis at the center of an international crisis. Watch the first two episodes of season one before a Mediterranean dinner, and episodes three and four after. Catering sponsor: Eli and Barbara Lahav. Concessions, including wine and beer, for sale.
Film & Panel: ANGST: BREAKING THE STIGMA AROUND ANXIETY
Film & Cooking Class: HUMMUS! THE MOVIE
Thursday, November 9
7 pm happy hour (cash bar) & cooking class
8 pm film
$20 | $18 class and film
$12 | $10 film only
Discover the origins of hummus in this eclectic, touching film about the delicious superfood. Join us before the film for a hummus cooking class and taste-off, or buy a ticket just for the film.
Kung Pao Xmas - Chinese Food & a Movie: NOODLE
Monday, December 25
$30 | 25 (includes dinner)
Join us for a night of “kung powerful” cinema and community—”a Festivus for the rest of us”! Enjoy a delicious meal while watching the film NOODLE, a charming and suspenseful Israeli drama about love overcoming cultural barriers. Winner of the 2008 Seattle Jewish Film Festival Audience Award.