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Jewish International Film Festival Coming To Auckland

Jewish International Film Festival Coming To Auckland This Nov
Shalom.Kiwi


In 2016, we enter the 27th year of Jewish Film Festivals in Australasia, with this being the 5th iteration under the Artistic Direction of Eddie Tamir. From humble beginnings, this year is our biggest yet, and we’re delighted to present the very best of Israeli and Jewish-themed cinema, from all across the globe.

With 68 premiere features and documentaries from 19 countries including Argentina, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Israel, Morocco, the Netherlands, Poland, South Africa, Spain, UK and USA, we’re thrilled to continue to celebrate the infinite diversity of our fascinating culture through drama, humour and suspense.

Films will be screened at Academy Cinemas in Auckland from 10 Nov. For more information, go to http://shalom.kiwi/2016/10/jewish-international-film-festival-coming-to-auckland-this-nov


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