For the past 24 years, the Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival (GPJFF) has celebrated Jewish culture through film, bringing an exciting lineup of films to Arizona honoring Jewish traditions and heritage. From February 9-23, 2020, the 24th Annual Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival will screen films showcasing the best of Jewish traditions, at three Valley locations: Harkins Shea 14, Scottsdale; Harkins Park West 14, Peoria and Harkins Tempe Marketplace 16, Tempe.
Currently the longest-running film festival in the Valley, the Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival celebrates its 24th year by presenting more great films that make our festival even bigger and better - almost 2,900 magical minutes of Jewish cinema from 14 different countries! Guest speakers with knowledge of relevant topics moderate discussions following many of the screenings. A new Short Film program will screen, replete with the top three winners of the GPJFF-sponsored Israeli Film Contest. For attendees who like to "binge watch" on the small screen, the GPJFF will show all five episodes of the Israeli television program, AUTONOMIES, back to back in two separate but consecutive screenings.
In addition to the website: http://gpjff.org, you can also follow the Festival on www.facebook.com/GreaterPhxJewishFilmFest or @GPJFF on Twitter.
Event Info: (602) 753-9366
Ages: All ages
Price: $11 advance, $13 at the door; $7 25 & under with ID; $7 Active Military with ID; $150 Festival Pass