Lights, Camera, Community! The Seattle Jewish Film Festival keeps us connected and in conversation. Community is what lifts us up and holds us together in the best and worst of times. Community amplifies joy, love, ruach (spirit), and hope. The 29th Seattle Jewish Film Festival runs February 29 to March 17, 2024, in theaters and virtually.
The Stroum Jewish Community Center is proud to be a gathering place for our community, and proud to gather annually at the Seattle Jewish Film Festival (SJFF)—the J’s preeminent public arts program—to deepen comprehension, inspire connections, and strengthen community through global Jewish cinema and conversation.
Thank you for being a longtime Festival fan and supporter. Your generosity ensures we can come together in both challenging and celebratory times.
Your Donation Matters – Support SJFF Today! With your support, this year’s Festival will include exciting and electrifying events, food, and fanfare. Can we count on you to ensure that rich and nuanced stories of Jewish and Israeli life enhance community and enrich understanding in our region? Please make a gift today to invest in SJFF. Community Partner (non-profits) Film Sponsorship starts at $500 and donations of $1,000+ receive VIP Passes + Virtual Access. Support SJFF >>
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Whether you are watching from home or joining us for an in-person showing, this is the place to get all the information you need, including ticket information, virtual streaming windows, FAQ, and more.
The 29th Seattle Jewish Film Festival runs February 29 to March 17, 2024, in theaters and virtually. Please make a gift today to invest in SJFF.
Thank you to all of our sponsors and partners for making the 2023 Seattle Jewish Film Festival a reality.
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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