Tickets are on sale now for the 2022 Edward S. Finkelstein Harrisburg Jewish Film Festival, which – after two years online – will be held live and in-person at the JCC and Midtown Cinema, and virtually as well, from May 19-June 1st. Join us on Opening Night at the JCC for the first 2 episodes of The New Jew, a lighthearted and fascinating Israeli TV series designed to explain to Israelis the many ways Jewish identity is expressed in the United States, and stay for a “Happy to Be Back” dessert reception.
Go to hbgjff2022.eventive.org for ticketing and information about our 14-film line-up; check out our website, hbgjff.com, for the Festival trailer, interviews with directors of some of this year’s films, and a list of the wonderful individuals and businesses that support our effort and make it all possible.
See you at the movies!
The Edward S. Finkelstein Harrisburg Jewish Film Festival has been an integral part of the Harrisburg Jewish community since its founding in 1995. Our mission is to enrich the cultural life of the Greater Harrisburg area by presenting films that reflect contemporary and historical Jewish and Israeli experiences. The Film Festival aims to encourage Jewish and Israeli artistic expression; to foster dialogue, debate and education; and to nurture creativity in the arts through films that represent a broad spectrum of thought and opinion.