The 2020 Cleveland Jewish FilmFest will be held mostly online for 2020.
Starting October 15th – 25th, the 14th annual festival will offer a mix of film screenings, filmmaker discussions and drive-in experiences.
The festival will kick off on Thursday, October 15th with a drive-in showing of the film When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit at the Mandel Jewish Community Center’s Stonehill Parking Lot. The drive-in event is open to donors and sponsors of the Cleveland Jewish FilmFest, with limited spots available.
Other festival programming includes feature-length films, shorts programs and TV series via Eventive with host discussions held on Zoom.
Tickets are $15 per film and $20 per TV series. Each film will be available to watch for 48 hours after their scheduled release date and time, and TV series will be available to watch through the duration of the festival.
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