One of the cool things about South Florida life in January besides the weather is the Miami Jewish Film Festival. With 108 feature and 40 short films representing 25 countries, the festival offers fare that adheres to no political line except exploring the subtleties of Jewish identity. The 25th edition starts today and will runContinue reading “Miami Jewish Film Festival 2022 continues a bold tradition”
The curious have two days until the end of the Miami Jewish Film Festival. I wrote about two other screenings, one of which I had some involvement. The best part for the interested: you pay a donation of your choice instead of a flat admission fee to stream a movie.
With over a hundred films from twenty-five countries screening since Jan. 9, the Miami Jewish Film Festival celebrates its twenty-third year. For cineastes, MJFF presents almost two weeks of opportunities at the start of a new year. For film critics with second jobs, it’s a way to reactivate muscles dormant since the onslaught of end-of-yearContinue reading “Miami Jewish Film Festival 2020 boasts its usual diversity”
In its twenty-second year, the Miami Jewish Film Festival, which began on January 10, has set a new benchmark: of eighty films from twenty-five countries, twenty-seven of them were directed by women.