Northern Virginia Jewish Film Festival
Celebrating 13 Years!
Thursday, April 18-Sunday, April 28
Culture, Community, Chutzpah
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The 13th annual Northern Virginia Jewish Film Festival opens at the JCCNV on Thursday, April 18 with “Hava Nagila: The Movie” – a documentary romp through the history, mystery and meaning of the great Jewish standard that is a musical shorthand for anything Jewish!
Thirteen films will screen through Sunday, April 28 at the new state-of-the-art boutique cinema, Angelika Film Center & Café at Mosaic in Fairfax.
Opening weekend will include the documentary “Life in Stills,” the romantic comedy “Dorfman in Love” and the regional premiere of the drama “The World is Funny” (the film received an unprecedented 15 Ophir nominations, equivalent to the Oscar’s).
Additional films include: A Bottle in the Gaza Sea, An American Tail, Hitler’s Children, Kaddish for a Friend, Kinderblock 66, Koch, Let My People Go, Orchestra of Exiles and Portrait of Wally.
Single tickets are $11; $9 for seniors (60+) and students; $6 for the family film (An American Tale).
A festival pass (good for any NVJFF screening, excluding opening night and closing night events) is $60; opening night event (Hava Nagila) is $39; closing night event is $13 (Dorfman in Love) and includes a dessert and coffee reception. A double feature ticket (two films on the same day) is $16 (available at the door only). Groups of 10 or more: $9 per ticket (contact email@example.com to reserve group tickets). Click here to purchase individual, festival and special event tickets.
Dan Kirsch, Film Festival Director
JCCNV Box Office: (703) 537-3000