The Milwaukee Jewish Film Festival

October 13, 2016

Jewish culture and traditions from around the world are highlighted in films comprising the 19th annual Milwaukee Jewish Film Festival scheduled to run Sunday, October 30 to Thursday, November 3 at Marcus North Shore Cinema in Mequon.

Celebrating the best in Jewish films and filmmakers, the 2016 Milwaukee Jewish Film Festival features a variety of movies that speak to Jewish traditions, customs and history, as well as present-day Jewish life. Exploring the diversity of Jewish experiences and perspectives, films in this year’s festival originate from seven different countries including Morocco, Israel, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Netherlands and United States. From life at an English kosher hotel, to the trials of Nazi Germany, to sampling delicacies in Tel Aviv’s most exclusive eateries, the 2016 Milwaukee Jewish Film Festival delivers an eclectic mix of intriguing and fascinating films that shine a light on Judaism from different points of view.

General admission tickets for individual films are $10; various multi-film and VIP packages are also available. Tickets may be purchased through the JCC or at the JCC desk located inside the Marcus Cinema North Shore entrance one hour prior to each movie. Tickets are not available for purchase directly through the theater.