2023 Boston Israeli Film Festival – March 19-29, 2023
פסטיבל הסרטים הישראלי בבוסטון
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WELCOME TO THE 5TH ANNUAL BOSTON ISRAELI FILM FESTIVAL!
In Theaters: March 19, 21, 23
Virtual: March 26–29
Join Boston Jewish Film for the very best in Israeli cinema!
Enjoy thoughtful documentaries and moving narratives. Tune in for lively discussions with filmmakers and special guests.
Festival Event Highlights:
This year’s Festival features exciting in-person and virtual screenings, live conversations, and pre-recorded Q&As. All events are included with your Festival Pass.
|In Theaters: March 19, 21, 23||Virtual: March 26–29|
|America / אמריקה|
The Artist’s Daughter, Oil on Canvas / בת האמן
I Am Not / אני לא
Valeria is Getting Married / ולריה מתחתנת
|Concerned Citizen / אזרח מודאג|
Matchmaking / בחורים טובים
The Narrow Bridge / גשר צר
Boston Israeli Film Festival Supporter Pass
Purchase a pass for the most convenient way to see the Festival. Get full access to the Boston Israeli Film Festival in-person and virtual screenings. View films from the Festival virtual screening room from the comfort of your home. Support Boston Jewish Film’s mission of bringing the best new Israeli cinema to our community!
2023 Boston Israeli Film Festival Pass is $118.00.
Purchase your Festival Supporter Pass!
Tickets to individual films are $15 ($2 processing fee included).
Tickets are not available at the Boston Jewish Film Office.
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Presented by Boston Jewish Film in partnership with The Fine Family Foundation, with support from Combined Jewish Philanthropies, the Mass Cultural Council and the The Consulate General of Israel to New England.
With special thanks to our community partners: Action for Soviet Jewry, Congregation Kehillath Israel, Congregation Or Atid, Gann Academy, German Consulate General Boston, Hebrew College, Israeli American Council, Jewish Arts Collaborative, Jewish Boston, Jewish Community Relations Council, Keshet, The Rashi School, Temple Beth Elohim, Temple Shir Tikva, and The Vilna Shul.