Full lineup and schedule to be announced soon!
The Jewish Museum and Film at Lincoln Center are delighted to continue their partnership to bring you the 33rd annual New York Jewish Film Festival, presenting films from around the world that explore the Jewish experience. The 2024 festival presents a dynamic lineup of 28 films including narratives, documentaries, and shorts with screenings at the Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center.
NYJFF is organized by Rachel Chanoff, Lisa Collins, Indigo Sparks, and Aviva Weintraub, with Dan Sullivan as advisor and assistance from Cara Colasanti.
The New York Jewish Film Festival is made possible by the Martin and Doris Payson Fund for Film and Media.
Generous support is also provided by Wendy Fisher and the Kirsh Foundation, The Liman Foundation, Sara and Axel Schupf, Louise and Frank Ring, Mimi and Barry Alperin, the Ike, Molly and Steven Elias Foundation, Amy Rubenstein, and Steven and Sheira Schacter.
Additional support is provided by the Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany in New York, the Polish Cultural Institute New York, Villa Albertine, and the Austrian Cultural Forum New York.
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