JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL

Buy your tickets, get some popcorn, and grab your seats …
The York JCC is going to the Movies!

The York Jewish Community Center is proud to host an Annual Jewish Film Festival every fall. York is among the smallest communities to offer a Jewish Film Festival, understanding the importance and impact that film has on the masses to bring people together. Year after year the Festival brings together our community and its neighbors for an exciting showcase of world cinema and Jewish Culture.

*Patron and Sponsorship Opportunities Available.

Thanks to you, our moviegoers, we are thrilled to introduce our new festival format and venue. This year we will be partnering with Small Star Art House. By consolidating our festival over the course of four consecutive days we hope to create a renewed sense of enthusiasm and support for this beloved showcase of Jewish and Israeli cinema while engaging and enriching our community through the love for the silver screen. Join us for this special event. Tickets are available at the JCC. Please purchase your tickets in advance as there is limited seating and this festival is sure to sell out! Street parking is available.
For more information contact rsinger@yorkjcc.org.
Support the JCC’s work by becoming a Patron and help bring the best of Jewish films to our community. By becoming a patron, you play a role in the success of our annual festival.

 

IF YOU ARE NOT IN THE OBIT, EAT BREAKFAST

What’s the secret to living into your 90s and loving every minute of it? Presented by Carl Reiner and featuring – with song, dance, and humor – Tony Bennett, Mel Brooks, Dick Van Dyck, and Betty White.
September 12 | 5:30 PM | $18 | York JCC
Documentary | English | 86 min. | TV-14
Join us after the film for a breakfast reception.
Film sponsored by Country Meadows.

 

BAG OF MARBLES

 

Set in 1941, two young Jewish brothers are separated from their family and forced to fend for themselves from the invasion of Nazi Germany. They survive by their mix of mischievousness, courage, and ingenuity as they work to bring their family back together.

September 13 | 3:00 PM | $12 | Small Star Theater
September 15 | 7:30 PM | $12 | Small Star Theater
Drama | French | English | Subtitles | 110 min. | Unrated

 

FAMILY IN TRANSITION

 

Amit finally comes out as a transgender woman to his family. His wife, Galit, chooses to stay with her spouse through the whole process. Their journey is full of love and acceptance
against all odds until their story takes a sharp and surprising turn.

September 13 | 5:30 PM | $12 | Small Star Theater
*September 15 | 3:00 PM | $12 | Small Star Theater 
Documentary | Hebrew | English Subtitles | 70 min. | Unrated
*Post-film discussion led by York Equality Fest

 

FIDDLER: A MIRACLE OF MIRACLES

 

The story behind Broadway’s most beloved musical Fiddler on the Roof, and the making of Tradition. From its beginning in the early 1960s to today, join a worldwide journey and see the social impacts Fiddler has had on gender roles, sexuality, race, and religion.

September 14 | 7:30 PM | $12 | Small Star Theater
*September 15 | 5:00 PM | $12 | Small Star Theater 
Documentary | English | 92 min. | Unrated
REGISTER FOR THE MOVIES
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