The Annual Houston Jewish Film Festival, presented with The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, is intended to expose the community to current documentary, feature and short movies with meaningful Jewish or Israeli content. Films will cover a diverse range of cultural, religious or historical topics of Jewish relevance and are expected to educate, inform and entertain a wide general audience.
During the summer months the Houston Jewish Film Festival joins forces with the Consulate General of Israel to the Southwest to bring the Summer Israeli Film Series to Houston. This series showcases Israeli films that have completed the film festival circuit. They are shown on a monthly basis.
View line-ups from past Summer Israeli Film Series
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The Annual Book & Arts Fair is known to be one of the largest community-wide events in Houston. Why not have films as part of the Fair? The film chosen as the Audience Choice award during the Annual Jewish Film Festival usually makes an encore appearance as well as other stellar choices.
Jewish Film Club
The Jewish Film Club features monthly screenings of classic and contemporary films that highlight Jewish characters or themes. All films will be shown in the Kaplan Theatre. A discussion of each film, facilitated by Rabbi Samantha Safran, will follow. Coffee and snacks will be provided for the discussion. For more information, please contact Morgan Steinberg at firstname.lastname@example.org or 713.729.3200 ext. 3244.
The Kaplan Theatre is located in the Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center’s IW Marks Theatre Center, the Gerald Rauch Cultural & Performing Arts Wing. All screenings are $8 Member, Patron of the Arts / $10 Public / $1 discount for students and seniors unless otherwise notes. For tickets please call 713.551.7255.
For more information on our film programs, please contact Amy Rahmani at email@example.com or 713.729.3200 ext. 3299.