New Jersey Jewish Film Festival
Virtual Film Festival
The 20th annual New Jersey Jewish Film Festival is going virtual!
Throughout the summer, you will be able to watch most of the films that were scheduled to run in the 20th annual festival in the comfort of your home and enjoy post-screening discussions via Zoom. Each film will have a unique time-limited link. We will send instructions for viewing each film along with the links to our sponsors and ticket holders.
If you are a sponsor of the 20th Annual NJJFF, you will receive information about every film being presented. If you have already purchased tickets to particular films, you will receive viewing instructions for those films. If you haven’t purchased tickets yet, you will be able to do that as well.
For tickets, film information, Zoom details, and viewing instructions click here.
Film Viewing Instructions
Helpful hints on viewing films in the 2020 NJJFFDownload Here
Founded in 2000 by Caren and Herbert Ford and now in its 20th year, the New Jersey Jewish Film Festival (NJJFF) has become one of the premier Jewish cultural events in the state. We screen award-winning premieres and first run Israeli, American, and international films of Jewish interest, followed by thought-provoking post-screening discussions. In addition to our springtime festival, we offer film programs throughout the year, such as the Reel Film Series class and Extra! screenings and receptions.
New Jersey Jewish Film Festival (NJJFF) fosters the growth of Jewish culture, identity, and community in New Jersey by presenting a wide range of exceptional films of Jewish interest. NJJFF offers audiences direct exposure to directors, performers, writers, reviewers, and scholars.
New Jersey Jewish Film Festival strives to offer our region a rich tapestry of Jewish film programming. Our springtime festival features high-quality, award-winning films. We invite film creatives and other speakers of interest and renown to lead our post-screening discussions.