The annual New York Jewish Film Festival at Lincoln Center features films about the Jewish experience around the world, from filmmakers including Germany, Israel, France and Argentina, and, of course, Hollywood.
This is the 25th anniversary Jewish Film Festival, and, as always, it includes both uplifting films about the promise of a new life in a new land, and harrowing documentaries, such as Night and Fog, about the revisiting Auschiwtz a decade after its liberation.
The Jewish Film festival is Wednesday, Jan. 13th through Tuesday, Jan. 26th, and some showings include a Q & A with the director or other filmmaker, and includes documentaries, such as Night and Fog, about the liberation of Auschwitz, and .
Click here for the schedule and blurbs about each film.
Tickets are $14 general admission, $11for students and seniors, plus FREE lectures with filmmakers on both Sundays, the 17th and 24th, at 8pm.
Some showings sell out, so if there’s a particular film you want to see, get tickets now.