Unlock the entire festival with the NYJFF All-Access Pass for just $125.
The Jewish Museum and Film at Lincoln Center are delighted to continue their partnership to bring you the “2021 New York Jewish Film Festival,” presenting films from around the world that explore the Jewish experience. The NYJFF is among the oldest and most influential Jewish film festivals worldwide. In 2021, the festival will present its first virtual edition, which will include 17 feature films and a program of shorts.
Highlights from this year’s virtual festival include Nir Bergman’s Here We Are (2020), a sweet and moving tale of parental devotion focusing on a dad and his son who has autism; Irmi (2020), a documentary that tells the inspiring life story of Irmi Selver, a Jewish refugee who fled her hometown of Chemnitz, Germany, in the 1930s during the rise of Nazism; and Love & Stuff (2020), Judith Helfand’s poignant and personal film about the connections between love and the objects we accumulate and pass on. The 2021 virtual festival offers a wide range of selections that will captivate film lovers of all backgrounds.Tickets on Sale Today!
View the full lineup online at NYJFF.org.
Virtual tickets are $12, or unlock the entire festival with the NYJFF All-Access Pass for just $125 (approx. 40% savings!). Become a Jewish Museum member to save 20% on individual rentals and the all-access pass. TICKETS Maximum one film rental per account. For ticketing assistance or questions about the virtual cinema, please email email@example.com, call 212-875-5367, or use the chat function embedded on the lower-right corner of Film at Lincoln Center’s virtual cinema site.
Image: Absolutely No Spitting (2019), a short film by Judith Helfand