The fourth annual Morris and Mollye Fogelman International Jewish Film Festival begins February 16th and lasts through February 27th.
The Memphis Jewish Community Center is partnering with Indie Memphis, Facing History & Ourselves, and Jewish Family Service to provide nine days of film. Tickets are $7 for general admission, $5 for MJCC members and $5 for students.
- Thursday, February 16: “Remember” 7:30 at the Malco Paradiso in partnership with Indie Memphis
- Saturday, February 18: “Moos” 8:00 at the MJCC Belz Theatre
- Sunday, February 19: “Jerry Lewis: The Man Behind the Clown” 1:00pm at the MJCC Belz Theatre
- Sunday, February 19: “In Search of Israeli Cuisine” 5:30 dinner and 6:30 film at the MJCC Belz Theatre
- Tuesday, February 21: “Freedom Runners” 7:30 at the MJCC Belz Theatre
- Wednesday, February 22: Shorts from Maaleh Israeli Film School “Barriers” and “The Little Dictator” 7:30 at Malco Studio on the Square
- Thursday, February 23: “Life, Animated” 7:30 at the MJCC Belz Theatre in partnership with Jewish Family Service
- Saturday, February 25: “Sabena Hijacking” 8:00 at the MJCC Belz Theatre
- Monday, February 27: “A Blind Hero: The Love of Otto Weidt”