14th Annual New Hampshire Jewish Film Festival
March 31-April 10
Bonus Week April 11- April 24
We are excited to announce a premier lineup of 11 truly outstanding and diverse feature-length films and a 5-film shorts program that will excite, enlighten, and provoke you, our audience.
The films will be presented this year as a multi-access experience, featuring both in-theater and virtual screenings of films from around the globe.
On behalf of the Jewish Federation of New Hampshire, we are honored to welcome you to the 14th Annual New Hampshire Jewish Film Festival—presented this year as a multi-access experience, featuring both in-theater and virtual screenings of films from around the globe. We are exceedingly proud to present a premier lineup of 11 truly outstanding and diverse feature-length films and a 5-film shorts program that will excite, enlighten, and provoke you, our audience.
During these challenging COVID times, we extend our most heartfelt thanks and appreciation to all our Sponsors, Friends of the Festival, Festival Committee Volunteers, the JFNH Board, Director Allyson Guertin, and the entire JFNH Staff. Our Festival would not be possible without your continued support. This year’s Festival is sponsored in part by the New Hampshire Council on the Arts.
From March 31 to April 10, viewers can attend 5 in-theater screenings, as well as virtually stream 7 at-home film programs. Conversations and interviews with filmmakers, documentary subjects, and local speakers will accompany many of the programs and will be available throughout the Festival. Following the Festival, we are offering a Bonus Week from April 11 to April 24, in which 4 of the in-theater films will be available to stream virtually for those who were unable to attend in-person. If you cannot join us for in-theater films, simply opt for virtual tickets to view the films. It’s that simple to maintain access to this wonderful catalogue of films. Note that Cabaret, the Festival’s final program, will ONLY be available in-theater.
Join your New Hampshire Jewish community at the movies, and together, let’s share the power of film.
See you at the movies!
Ross Fishbein and Pat Kalik
New Hampshire Jewish Film Festival Chairs
COVID AND REFUND POLICY
1. For all in-theater events, mask-wearing and proof of vaccination is required, and theater capacity will follow then-current COVID guidelines.
2. A patron may transfer an in-theater ticket to a virtual format ticket by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org at least 24 hours before the scheduled in-theater event(s). Any additional household tickets purchased may be transferred to another film or patron, or converted into a donation.
3. If we cancel an in-theater event(s), all purchased tickets for the canceled event will automatically be transferred to virtual format tickets. Any additional household tickets purchased may be transferred to another film or patron, or converted into a donation.
4. If we postpone an in-theater event(s), all tickets will automatically be honored for the rescheduled date(s).
5. All ticket purchases are non-refundable.