New Release: Theodore Bikel: In the Shoes of Sholom Aleichem

New Indiewire article by Leonard Maltin:
Theodore Bikel, A Living Legend | Read Now

Upcoming Screenings: Tel Aviv Cinematheque July 20 & July 25 • Berkshire Jewish Film Festival August 10


New Release: Raise the Roof
A New Documentary Film by Yari & Cari Wolinsky
Just Announced: BEST FILM Audience Award - Philadelphia JFF!
Upcoming Screenings: Berkshire JFF
July 13 San Francisco JFF July 25 & 26/ Aug 6 & Aug 8
Recently featured on WCVB Boston Chronicle | Watch Now


Sir Nicholas Winton: 1909-2015
Sir Nicholas Winton, who rescued 669 children destined for Nazi concentration camps, has died at age 106.
Celebrate Nicholas Winton and host a screening of Nicholas Winton: The Power of Good
at your special event.
NCJF Founder Sharon Pucker Rivo remembers Winton on Al Jazeera International
| Watch Now

Read BBC Article
Read New York Times Article



The National Center for Jewish Film's
18th Annual Film Festival Jewishfilm.2015

It's a Wrap!

16 film premieres over 24 screenings with 2 dozen special guests!



NCJF's Festival Press Coverage!
Boston Globe
- "Festival Has Strong Lineup, Points of View"
Boston Globe - "Forbidden Films Looks at the Dark Side of the Silver Screen"
Boston Globe - "Mark Your Calendars - Critics Pick"
Jewish Journal - "NCJF Film Festival is a Family Affair"
Jewish Advocate - "18th Year Lineup"
Jewish Advocate - "Sophie Tucker, Theodore Bikel & Post-War Jews Among
Highlights"



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Sharon Pucker Rivo honored by
Washington Jewish Film Festival
at Breaking Home Ties event screening | Festival Site

Read feature on Rivo & NCJF in Washington Post | Article


Mamele starring Molly Picon - NCJF Digital Restoration
“Sparkling gem… Picon is so delicious and quirky, you want to give her a knip in bekl (pinch her cheek).” – Forward
“Here are words to live by: Anything with Molly Picon is worth seeing. Mamele (is a) marvelous comic melodrama.” – KQED Public Radio
Indiewire
Critics Pick


Chicago Premiere: Mamele at Spertus
Sunday, May 31, 2:00 pm
Post-Film Discussion with NCJF Co-Director Lisa Rivo

JUF News Article | Read




The Trial of Adolf Eichmann
"A fascinating assemblage of interviews, footage, and analysis. It is highly recommended." –Jewish Daily Forward
"Taking the Banality Out of Evil", Forward |
Link
"...Evil but not Banal", New York Times | Link


Kol Nidre (1939) - NCJF Digital Restoration
A bissel of this, a bissel of that, Kol Nidre has a little bit of everything, combining family melodrama and romance with popular songs, cantorial music and comic bits in an inventive pastiche of themes and styles.



American Jerusalem: Jews and the Making of San Francisco
CRITICS PICK - One of the Top 10 films of the year, San Francisco Chronicle
WINNER - CINE Golden Eagle Award


DVD Discounts & Special Offers
VHS to DVD Upgrades
Save up to 50% when you replace VHS tapes in your library with DVDs of the same title.

Special Collections
Women's Studies, Films by Edgar G. Ulmer, Films by Axel Corti & More!

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