JCC James Amzalak Rochester International Jewish Film Festival
AgesTeenagers Adults without kids
The JCC of Greater Rochester established the Rochester Jewish Film Festival in 2001 to present the best contemporary Jewish themed films from around the world to the Rochester community. RJFF exists to promote awareness and pride in the diversity of the Jewish people; to strengthen community consciousness of Jewish identity, history and culture; to provide a forum for community gatherings that allows valuable dialogue; and to create an international showcase for filmmakers whose work explores Jewish themes.
Note that some, but not all, films are appropriate for families with children age 10 and up. Please also refer to schedule as some films are at the JCC, but others are at the Dryden and Little Theatres.