Rehoboth Beach Jewish Film Festival

Rehoboth Beach Jewish Film Festival

June 1, 2 & 3, 2022

 

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The mission of this event is to deepen awareness of Jewish cultures and experiences, and to explore community differences and commonalities through the art of film.

The individuals who make this event happen are the volunteer members of the Planning Committee who spend many hours watching numerous films, discussing each film’s suitability for this event, and then deciding on the final selection for your enjoyment. A special thanks to Helen Gates, Marty Rosensweig, Fran Saltzman, and Steven Schaffer for their commitment, time, and support.

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PLEASE NOTE!
LATTER DAY JEW 
will be screened at the Wilmington Encore of the Rehoboth Beach Jewish Film Festival on Monday, June 13 at the Delaware Art Museum in Wilmington. This event is sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Delaware. Click here for more information and to register online for admission. The film is free and open to the community!

 

Plan A

Plan A is a thrilling drama based on a true story about Max (August Diehl), a Jewish Holocaust survivor in 1945 Germany who meets a radical group of Jewish resistance fighters. They have lost all hope for their future after they were robbed of their existence and their entire families were killed by the Nazis. They dream of retaliation on an epic scale for the Jewish people. An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth. Max starts identifying with the group's dangerous and bold scheme named Plan A. [2021, Germany, 109 min, Rated: NR].

This screening is hosted by Marty Rosensweig.

We are accepting names for a wait list for sold out Jewish Film Festival screenings. If we have enough, a second screening may be added. Click here and email the film you are interested in and # of people attending.

Location: Cinema Art Theater   

Admission

  • $10.00 General

Advance Sales are now closed. Tickets may be purchased at the door starting 30 minutes before screening time.


Tiger Within

Tiger Within is a compassionate drama featuring an unlikely friendship between a homeless anti-sematic teen in Los Angeles and a Holocaust survivor (Multiple Emmy Award-winning actor, Ed Asner). The film sparks larger questions of fear, forgiveness, healing and world peace. [2020, USA, 98 min, Rated: NR].

This screening is hosted by Fran Saltzman.

We are accepting names for a wait list for sold out Jewish Film Festival screenings. If we have enough, a second screening may be added. Click here and email the film you are interested in and # of people attending.

Location: Cinema Art Theater   

Admission

  • $10.00 General

Advance Sales are now closed. Tickets may be purchased at the door starting 30 minutes before screening time.


The Levys of Monticello

When Thomas Jefferson died in 1826, he left behind a mountain of personal debt, which forced his heirs to sell his beloved Monticello home and all of its possessions. The Levys of Monticello is a compelling documentary that tells the astonishing, and little-known story of the Levy family, which owned and carefully preserved Monticello for nearly a century – far longer than Jefferson or his descendants. The remarkable story of the Levy family also intersects with the rise of antisemitism that runs throughout the course of American history. This film is the Jury Prize Winner at the 2022 Atlanta Jewish Film Festival. [2021, USA, 72 min, Rated: NR].

This screening is hosted by Sara & Jeffrey Rosen

Director Steve Pressman (author and director of 50 Children: The Rescue Mission of Mr. and Mrs. Kraus and director of Holy Silence) will facilitate a post-screening audience discussion.

We are accepting names for a wait list for sold out Jewish Film Festival screenings. If we have enough, a second screening may be added. Click here and email the film you are interested in and # of people attending.

Location: Cinema Art Theater   

Admission

  • $10.00 General

Advance Sales are now closed. Tickets may be purchased at the door starting 30 minutes before screening time.


Latter Day Jew

Latter Day Jew is an award-wining documentary feature film following H. Alan Scott, a gay, former Mormon, converted Jew at age 31, cancer survivor and writer-comedian, as he finds his spiritual path and prepares for his Bar Mitzvah at age 35. The film will cover his Mormon upbringing, eventual conversion to Judaism at age 31 and preparation for his Bar Mitzvah in the Fall of 2017. But before he can become a man in the eyes of Jewish law, he wants to figure out what it means to be the best Jew he can be and even figure out what that means. LATTER DAY JEW chronicles his hilarious and often moving journey, and in the process shows that spiritual and cultural identity is deeper than just what we are born into or what our families believed and taught us. [2020, USA, 85 min, Rated: NR].

This screening is hosted by Steve & Sue Schaffer.

We are accepting names for a wait list for sold out Jewish Film Festival screenings. If we have enough, a second screening may be added. Click here and email the film you are interested in and # of people attending.

PLEASE NOTE!

LATTER DAY JEW will be screened at the Wilmington Encore of the Rehoboth Beach Jewish Film Festival on Monday, June 13 at the Delaware Art Museum in Wilmington. This event is sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Delaware. Click here for more information and to register online for admission. The film is free and open to the community!

Location: Cinema Art Theater   

Admission

  • $10.00 General

Advance Sales are now closed. Tickets may be purchased at the door starting 30 minutes before screening time.


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Located on Delaware’s Atlantic Ocean coast in a vibrant resort town, the Rehoboth Beach Film Society promotes cinematic arts and provides education and cultural enrichment.