sat21sepAll Daysun22Joyce Forum Jewish Short Film Festival32 imagination-stretching films from across the globe and from almost every cinematic genre(All Day) PT David & Dorothea Garfield Theatre, 4126 Executive Drive, La Jolla, California 92037 Event Organized By: San Diego Center for Jewish Culture Country:USA
Be a part of the second annual international, stand-alone Jewish short film festival. After many years as a successful single day event, the Joyce Forum has blossomed into its own
Be a part of the second annual international, stand-alone Jewish short film festival. After many years as a successful single day event, the Joyce Forum has blossomed into its own two-day festival offering 32 imagination-stretching films from across the globe and from almost every cinematic genre: documentary, drama, comedy, animation, and more. With over 130 submissions from 21 different countries, the expansion of the Joyce Forum Jewish Short Film Festival was a given. This two-day festival will include Q&As and discussions with renowned filmmakers and other special guests.
Films #DirectedbyWomen screening in the festival include:
- Day 1
- Day 2
- September 21, 2019
8:00pm Program 18:00pm - 10:00pmFilms in Program 1 #DirectedbyWomen include: Black Hat directed by Sarah Smith and Lily directed by Adrienne Gruben
- September 22, 2019
10:30am Program 210:30am - 12:30pmFilms #DirectedbyWomen screening in Program 2 include: Margaret Singer: Seeking Light directed by Louise Palanker (*Q&A to follow with Director Louise Palanker and Producer Jennie Reinish), Starboy directed by Joëlle Bentolila, Kinder directed by Krysten Resnick, Absolutely No Spitting directed by Judith Helfand, Refuge directed by Sara Hofstein,
4:30pm Program 44:30pm - 5:30pmFilms #DirectedbyWomen screening in Program 4 include: Division Ave directed by Tamar Glezerman, Something to Live For directed by Adva Reichman, Gefilte directed by Rachel Fleit and How to Swim directed by Noa Gusakov.
7:30pm Program 57:30pm - 9:30pmFilms #DirectedbyWomen screening in Program 5 include: Mark directed by Sarah Kamaras, Almost Liam directed by Sapir Rockach, A Hand Sewn Star directed by Rebecca Wengrow, and 100/100 The Itinerant Portraitist directed by Brenda Zlamany and Laure Sullivan
september 21 (Saturday) - 22 (Sunday) PT