About the Charlotte Jewish Film Festival
The Jewish experience is not the same for everybody. We're all plugged into Judaism in different ways and at different levels. The CJFF tries to illuminate the many diverse Jewish experiences through film, welcoming all who strive for a better understanding of themselves and others.
The Ninth Annual Charlotte Jewish Film Festival will work toward that goal by hosting 12 films during a two-week period, including an opening night gala reception, an early childhood program, and thoughtful discussions.
This year we will be presenting the CJFF Films at the Lake in collaboration with the Jewish Council of Lake Norman. In addition to repeat screenings of the films Hava Nagila (The Movie) on Sunday, March 10 and The Other Son on Tuesday, March 12, there will be a free screening of the film Paper Clips on Sunday, March 17.
For more information about the films, events, volunteer opportunities or the history of the CJFF, visit www.charlottejewishfilm.com.