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Jewish Motifs film festival kicks off in Warsaw

11.09.2019 12:30
Over 30 films from across the globe are being screened this week in Warsaw as part of the 15th International Jewish Motifs Film Festival.
The 15th International Jewish Motifs Film Festival.
The 15th International Jewish Motifs Film Festival.jewishmotifs.org.pl

At the festival, viewers will be able to see 33 films with Jewish themes from all over the world and attend debates with the filmmakers.

This year’s selection includes feature films, documentaries and short films on the history, tradition and cultural identity of the Jewish nation as well as current socio-political issues.

In the main competition, directors will be competing for the Golden Warsaw Phoenix Award.

All screenings are free of charge and will be held at Kino Muranów, which is located within the city's former Jewish district.

The 15th International Jewish Motifs Film Festival runs until September 15.


Source: IAR/jewishmotifs.org.pl