The first ever Oklahoma Jewish Film Festival (OJFF) makes its debut Sunday, October 19-Thursday, October 23. Conceived as a partnership between Circle Cinema, the Jewish Federation of Tulsa, and The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art, the OJFF is a five-day celebration of Jewish Film.
“Our goal for the first ever Oklahoma Jewish Film Festival was to select quality films ranging from comedies to dramas to documentaries that would entertain and engage a broad audience,” said Drew Diamond, Executive Director.
Tickets are $10 per film, with the exception of Return of the Violin which are $15 and include the reception immediately before the showing. Tickets are available at Circle Cinema or online at www.circlecinema.com; tickets will also be on sale at the door prior to each screening.
Click here to download a film festival brochure.