The 2022 Seattle Jewish Film Festival was held March 24 – April 10 and presented 18 film programs from nine countries over two weeks. In-person screenings returned in 2022 with nine screenings that featured special events, guests, and food experiences. We also had 17 films screen virtually for the two full weeks. The 2022 Festival, themed “See + Be Seen” featured boundary breakers, comedy capers, TV series to binge on, burgeoning love, famous faces, award nominees, silent film and explorations of cinema classics, and so much more. We can’t wait for our 28th Seattle Jewish Film Festival coming in March of 2023!
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Audience Choice Awards: Vote for Best Films
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Our two-week virtual streaming window is now open! With 17 films streaming this week, SJFF has something for everyone, including boundary breakers, comedy capers, binge-worthy TV shows, burgeoning love, famous faces, award nominees, and so much more.
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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. Learn more about the Festival, including award winners, past films and more.
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