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Jewish International Film Festival 2016

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Jewish International Film Festival

The Jewish International Film Festival will be hosted in Brisbane at the boutique New Farm Cinemas. The festival covers Israeli and Jewish-themed films and has a 26 year history in Australia. The event will be held from Thursday 10th to Sunday the 20th November 2016.

Jewish International Film Festival

The festival will feature fifteen films from drama, humour to suspense and will include premieres and documentaries. The opening night movie will be a premiere screening of Denial staring Rachel Weisz.

DENIAL - Trailer from JIFF on Vimeo.

The superb documentaries will include Arthur Miller, Jerry Lewis and The Settlers, which explores the history of settlements in the West Bank.

Jewish International Film Festival

The full programme of films has been released as:

Thursday 10 November

Saturday 12 November
Jerry Lewis: The Man Behind the Clown
The People vs. Fritz Bauer

Sunday 13 November
Beyond the Mountains and Hills
Monsieur Mayonnaise
The Diary of Anne Frank
Rabin In His Own Words
Sand Storm

Saturday 19 November
The Pickle Recipe
One Week and A Day

Sunday 20 November
Arthur Miller: Man of the Century
Stefan Zweig: Farewell to Europe
The Settlers
The Tenth Man
The Last Laugh

There are a number of video on demand movies you watch now by creating a Vimeo account and you can watch these from the comfort of your home.

Visit the Jewish International Film Festival official website to see full details and book tickets. Tickets are only $21 for adults and $18 for concession.
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Why? Festival of Israeli and Jewish-themed films
When: Thursday 10th to Sunday the 20th November 2016.
Where: New Farm Cinemas
Cost: Tickets adults $21 and concession $18
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