Announcing the 26th Seattle Jewish Film Festival

Virtually Together Again March 4-18, 2021

Tickets on Sale + Full Lineup Announced February 3

The Stroum Jewish Community Center is proud to announce the 26th Seattle Jewish Film Festival returns for a virtual edition March 4-18, 2021. Join us for 18 films over the course of two weeks, streaming right from the comfort of your home.

We are excited to have comedian Howie Mandel as part of our opening weekend lineup. Join us for our opening film, HOWIE MANDEL: BUT, ENOUGH ABOUT ME, and a conversation with the comedian during opening weekend. Mark your calendars: tickets for this event—and the entire festival lineup—go on sale on February 3!

This is just one of the many films and events at this year’s virtual festival that will lift your spirits, rouse belly laughs, and make you smile from ear to ear. From Opening to Closing, SJFF features comedies, love stories, tales of triumph, and overcoming adversity. This annual festival showcases films that will bring our community virtually together again, even though we’re far apart. Stay tuned for the full film lineup announcement on February 3.

Please consider making a donation today in support of SJFF. Every amount supports our efforts to “re-zoom” virtually and deliver art and artists that uplift the human spirit during this challenging time.

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About the Seattle Jewish Film Festival
Seattle Jewish Film Festival (SJFF) is one of the largest and longest-running film festivals in the Pacific Northwest and one of the largest Jewish film festivals in the country. A cornerstone program of the Stroum Jewish Community Center (SJCC), SJFF brings people together from across Washington State—and virtually around the globe—to celebrate and showcase the vibrancy and diversity of Jewish and Israeli life through cinema. Year-round, SJFF and SJCC Arts+Ideas present film and performing arts programs that build connections, unlock perspectives, engage the community, and uplift the human spirit.

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