Laugh out loud, reconnect with Israel and reflect on Jewish life and the human experience with films at the JCCGW. Films are as diverse as the JCCGW itself, produced and directed by a bevy of international talent from around the globe, including Israel and the U.S.
Featuring both features and documentaries, films are shown in the JCCGW’s Gildenhorn/Speisman Center for the Arts’ intimate Kreeger Auditorium, a fully equipped theater that seats up to 290 and boasts a 30-foot-wide proscenium, full sound, lighting, and video projection capabilities.
Sunday, September 21, 2014
5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
A documentary film about four generations of a Jewish immigrant family’s Lower East Side lox and herring emporium that thrives to this day. Read more.
Filmmaker Q&As, Group Events & More
The JCCGW hosts a variety of film-related events, including filmmaker/director Q&As, post-film “talkbacks,” and more. Group events are also available, each tailored to your group’s specific needs, including the opportunity to participate in introductions and talkbacks.
Questions about films and the arts at the JCCGW? Interested in scheduling a group event? Contact us!