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Coming on December 7th at
4 pm PST (7 pm EST)
Register now!

Register for Q&A webinar
Registration is on a first come, first served basis. If our zoom room has reached capacity, you can watch the film and Q&A along with us on Facebook Live!

Sponsored by The Goldrich Family Foundation in partnership with USC Shoah Foundation, Holocaust Museum LA & Holocaust Documentation & Education Center, Inc.

Watch trailer here

Watch a promo with filmmakers and cast.
Learn how the film was made by clicking on the video below.


Watch the “AULCIE” Q&A below

We honored Aulcie Perry for his contributions to combating racial discrimination and to building bridges of understanding between African Americans and Jews and Israelis.

Click here to watch the Q&A webinar

Panelists included (L – R) LAJFF Director Hilary Helstein, Filmmaker Dani Menkin, Consul General of Israel, Dr. Hillel Newman, K.J. Matthews, journalist of the AAFCA, producer Jon Weinbach and Aulcie Perry himself!


In Loving Memory of
RUTH BADER GINSBURG

We  honor her legacy and pay her tribute
Watch the Q&A with JULIE COHEN, acclaimed director of the Academy Award nominated sensation, “RBG”

Click on the picture below to stream the YouTube Q&A

LAJFF conducted a virtual discussion with acclaimed filmmaker Julie Cohen, co-director of the inspiring, Academy Award nominated documentary, “RBG.” She gives an insider’s view of one of the most influential women who ever lived, the heroic Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and her journey in the making of this film that became a worldwide sensation.

If you have not seen the film, it is available to stream anytime on Hulu, Amazon Prime and other platforms.


THIS Q&A IS A MUST SEE!!
SHARED LEGACIES

In honor of “good trouble” Congressman John Lewis
and Rev. C.T. Vivian

LAJFF made history with this superb Q&A panel with activists and speakers from the film SHARED LEGACIES who came together to discuss the African American-Jewish relationship during the civil rights era and NOW! It included Dr. Shari Rogers, Dr. Clarence B. Jones, Gina Belafonte, Dr. Susannah Heschel, Sherry Frank, moderated by Dr. Michael Berenbaum.

Watch by clicking this picture.

Directed by Dr. Shari Rogers


Congratulations to MARIA SCHRADER,
on her Emmy nomination and for the 8 Emmy nominations for the
Netflix series,
“UNORTHODOX”

You can watch the conversation with Ms. Schrader here now! Click the image below.

or on Facebook at:
facebook.com/watch/live

Sponsored by the Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany
In partnership with the Jewish Journal, Goethe-Institut LA, Villa Aurora & Thomas Mann House e.V.


Watch it here on Facebook Live
“A Conversation with Actress
TOVAH FELDSHUH”

as she talks about her career and starring role as Golda Meir 


RIP Carl Reiner, the legend!

You were a friend and honoree of LAJFF. We will never forget your wit and wisdom!

Click on the headline to read the full Jewish Journal article.


If you missed the Q&A from
“HEALING INK”
Click on the image below to watch anytime on
Facebook Live !

 


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Read the article and watch interviews on “Heading Home” below posted by JooTube.


Listen to post film Q&A with ballplayer Cody Decker and Greg Laemmle, owner of Laemmle Theatres.


2019 PRINT SOURCE LIST(click here)


THAT’S A WRAP ON THE 2019 FESTIVAL!

Pictures courtesy of LA Jewish Film Festival and Todd Felderstein


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LAJFF 2018 Photo Gallery

In the news!


Please enjoy the festival’s trailer below.

LAJFF Trailer from Digimoric productions onVimeo.
(Directed by Claudia Sobral, edited by Giovanni Moriconi)