2022 Boston Israeli Film Festival – March 24-30, 2022
פסטיבל הסרטים הישראלי בבוסטון
Welcome to the 4th annual Boston Israeli Film Festival
Join us March 24-30, 2022 for the very best in Israeli cinema!
Enjoy thoughtful documentaries and moving narratives. Tune in for lively discussions with filmmakers and special guests. And beat the winter blues at special in-person screenings on opening and closing nights.
Festival Event Highlights:
This year’s Festival features exciting in-person screenings, live conversations, and pre-recorded Q&As. All events are included with your Festival Pass.
Opening Night: Dead Sea Guardians
Thursday, March 24 PM in-person at West Newton Cinema or Online
Live Program (online): That Orchestra With the Broken Instruments
Sunday, March 27 at 1 PM ET
Join us virtually for a live conversation with Director Yuval Hameiri and film subject Tom Cohen, moderated by BJF Artistic Director Lisa Gossels.
Live Program (online): Cinema Sabaya
Sunday, March 27 at 3 PM ET
Join us virtually for a live conversation with Director Orit Fouks Rotem, moderated by Nahanni Rous.
Closing Night: Let It Be Morning (in-person ONLY)
Wednesday, March 30 at 7 PM, in-person at the Coolidge Corner Theatre
This screening features a conversation with Director Eran Kolirin and New Israel Fund’s Libby Lenkinski, moderated by Boston Jewish Film Artistic Director Lisa Gossels.
2022 Boston Israeli Film Festival Pass is $118.00. Tickets to individual films are $15 ($2 processing fee included). Tickets are not available at the Boston Jewish Film Office.
Get full access to the Boston Israeli Film Festival virtual screenings and events, March 24-30, 2022. View films from the festival virtual screening room from the comfort of your home. Pass purchase is the most convenient and cost-efficient way to see the Festival. Save money and limit service fees!
Presented by Boston Jewish Film in Partnership with our premier partners The Fine Family Foundation and Combined Jewish Philanthropies. This program is also supported in part by The Consulate General of Israel to New England, by a grant from the Boston Cultural Council, administered by the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture, and by a grant from the Newton Cultural Council, a local council that is supported by the Mass Cultural Council and the City of Newton. With special thanks to our community partner, the Israeli American Council – Boston.