Seattle Jewish Film Festival March 01–09, 2014
2014 Film Series: "The Good, The Bad, The Funny" features Jewish heroes, hooligans and comedians.
The Seattle Jewish Film Festival (SJFF) is an annual, 10-day and year-round cinematic exploration and celebration of global Jewish and Israeli life, history, complexity, culture and filmmaking for everyone.
March 3–6, SIFF Cinema Uptown
March 5, 8-9, Stroum Jewish Community Center - Mercer Island
SJFF is the largest and most highly anticipated Jewish event in the Pacific Northwest and a mainstay in the Seattle arts calendar, attracting approximately 7,500 diverse patrons annually and garnering international acclaim. SJFF showcases the best international, independent and award-winning Jewish-themed and Israeli cinema, enhanced by educational, family, social, performing arts and year-round programming.
SJFF is a program of The Stroum JCC - a partner to their community building mission and the cornerstone of their revitalized cultural arts program. For more information on year-round film and cultural arts programs at the J's new state-of-the-art theatre, go to SJCC.org.
|$12 | $9*||General Admission|
|$20 | $18*||Opening Night, Sunday Brunch & Film, Closing Centerpiece
(Closing Centerpiece is $25 at the Door)
March 8 and 9: Tickets will be available at the door for all screenings at the Stroum Jewish Community Center.
Discounts: For students w/valid ID, youth under 13, seniors 65+, SIFF members (at the Uptown only). Groups of 12+ must order by phone.
SJCC members will be provided with a $2 off discount code from the J's membership office.
Order Fees: For online and phone purchases: $1.25 per item, with a maximum of $5 per order. There are no fees for walkups.