The Barshop JCC Jewish Film Festival promotes Jewish values and diversity through the medium of film, striving to entertain, educate, and raise community awareness of Jewish identity, history, and culture. The Festival was conceived in 2001 by Mel Pomerantz, whose persistent efforts brought it to life.
Saturday, February 15
Sunday, February 16
L’Dor V’Dor (From Generation To Generation) (Short)
Picture of His Life
The Spy Behind Home Plate
Those Who Remained
Monday, February 17
Golda’s Balcony, The Film
4.30pm - A Program of Short Films
Faces of Genocide
And Then, Violence
Hannah Cohen’s Holy Communion
For more information about the Barshop JCC Jewish Film Festival series, call (210) 302-6820. For information on how to become a sponsor, contact Aliyah Kuchinsky at (210) 302-6827.
This program is accessible to individuals that are differently abled. Find out more by clicking the image on the left.