Tickets Now On Sale for Fall Fest 2019!
Are you ready for two weeks of enthralling, powerful, hilarious, heartwarming, inspirational, unforgettable Jewish cinema? Check out the lineup for GPJFF’s 39th Annual Fall Fest today!
Taking place at 11 venues throughout Philadelphia and the surrounding suburbs, GPJFF’s annual celebration of the best Jewish cinema from around the world returns November 9 – 23.
Our “Big Nights” films consist of Opening Night, Centerpiece, and Closing Night films. Want to see all three? The Big Nights Pass is for you! For $55, the Big Nights Pass gets you into all three films at a discounted price PLUS post-film receptions.
Tuesday, September 10, 2019
Get Ready for MORE Movies!
GPJFF is pleased to announce not one, not two, but SIX new films this upcoming season! These films, part of Festival Plus!, will take place before and after our Fall Festival in November.
GIVE ME LIBERTY and LAND OF MILK AND FUNNY are up next, and then get ready for a hilarious German comedy, a breathtaking documentary on the history of synagogues, a brand-new drama about to be shown at the Toronto International Film Festival, and more!
- HOW ABOUT ADOLF? | Thursday, September 26, 7 PM @ Ritz East
- ARMY OF LOVERS IN THE HOLY LAND | Saturday, October 5, 7 PM @ Lightbox Film Center
- SACRED SPACES | Sunday, October 13, 2 PM @ National Museum of American Jewish History
- THE SONG OF NAMES | Wednesday, October 30, 7 PM @ Lightbox Film Center
- UNSETTLING | Monday, December 2, 7 PM @ Lightbox Film Center
- ALL THAT JAZZ: 40th ANNIVERSARY SCREENING | Tuesday, December 10, 7 PM @ Lightbox Film Center
Friday, August 30, 2019
Fall Fest 2019 Sponsorship Opportunities Are Here Today!
Hot town, summer in the city! While summer is on your mind, fall is all the Gershman Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival (GPJFF) is thinking about. Not only do we want you to save the date for our upcoming 39th Fall Festival this November, we want you to become a sponsor today!
The Gershman Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival is more than just a place to see a movie. GPJFF is a shared experience that nurtures the exploration of Jewish culture, heritage, and values through film. It’s also a community that appreciates the value in preserving Jewish stories – stories that root us in our humanity, make us laugh and cry, and enhance our lives by instilling meaning and purpose.
Friday, June 28, 2019