Jewish Film Festival


We are excited to bring you some of the best films, presentations and programs that are made in Israel! Become a Patron of the Arts to receive special discounts & perks for all of the incredible parts of our 2017-2018 Cultural Arts season!


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 All film tickets: $9 Members | $11 Community     Purchase Tickets

 For tickets, call 954.434.0499, ext. 336. 


And Then She Arrived

Wednesday, February 21 | 8:00 p.m.

Monday Matinee showing: February 26 

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In this charming romantic comedy we meet Dan, age 30, a handsome, easy-going nerd, with a plan for his future. He has the perfect job, family and girlfriend, Tamar, whom he will soon marry. That’s all one needs isn’t it– a plan? Apparently not! A chance encounter with Meirav, a waitress in Jerusalem, makes Dan realize that something is missing in his perfect life – true love – and he will fight to get it.

Director Roee Florentin / Israel 2017 / Hebrew with English subtitles /

Running time: 100 minutes



An Israeli Love Story

Sunday, February 25 | 8:00 p.m.

Monday Matinee showing: March 5

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Best Actress Audience Award (Chinese Oscar)

Set during the turbulent period of pre-state Israel, the film is based on the true story of the love affair between Pnina Gary from Nahalal and Eli Ben-Zvi, son of Rachel Yanait and Yitzhak Ben-Zvi  the second president of the State of Israel.  Margalit has dreams of becoming an actress until she meets and falls instantly in love with Eli. They plan to be married but Israel’s harsh reality intervenes.

Director Dan Wolman / Israel 2017 / Hebrew with English subtitles /

Running time: 93 minutes



 The Last Poker Game

Tuesday, February 27 8:00 p.m.

Monday Matinee showing: March 19

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Starring Academy Award Winner Martin Landau, Paul Sorvino & Maria Dizzia

In this touching comedic drama and final film before his death earlier this year, Martin Landau plays Dr. Abe Mandelbaum, who finds himself in a nursing home with his seriously ill wife.  Here he strikes up an unlikely friendship with an Italian gambler and womanizer, bonding with him over shared sexual issues.  Into the picture comes a young nurse who claims her biological father lives in the home.  This comic and sensitive view of life’s last hurrah shows it is “never too late for life.”

Director Howard Weiner / USA 2017 / English / Running time: 85 minutes


All film tickets: $9 Members | $11 Community    Purchase Tickets

For tickets, call 954.434.0499, ext. 336.

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