Chattanooga Jewish Film Series
Begun 2006 under the leadership of Sanford Winer, the Chattanooga Jewish Film Series has become a highly attended annual event. Corporate and community sponsors enable the series to be brought to the public for $7.00 per screening, which includes popcorn and a soft drink!
The goal of the series is to bring the best quality Jewish-themed films to Chattanooga and introduce people to the Jewish Cultural Center. Committee members include Sanford Winer (chair), Sheila St. Aubin, Frank Miller and Ann Treadwell.
The Annual Jewish Documentary Film Series will kick off Wednesday, November 30 at 7 p.m. with a showing of “Projections of America” and “Auto- biography of a Jeep,” sponsored by The Charles H. Coolidge Medal of Honor Museum Heritage Center. Cost to attend each film screening is $7.
The series will continue with “Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict” on Wednesday, December 7, sponsored by Austin Center and Acuity Merchant Services. Wednesday, December 14, join us for “Morganthau” (sponsor TBD).
2017: Save These dates!
March 15 – 10th Anniversary Jewish Film Series Sponsor Event
Film Screenings will be March 22 & 29, and April 5, 19, and 26
Films screened over the past three years include:
In Search of Israeli Cuisine
Labyrinth of Lies
Auf Das Leben (To Life)
The Kind Words
A La Vie (To Life)
Ida (Sponsor Event)
Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem
The Art Dealer
The Muses of Issac Bashevis Singer
The Green Prince
Columbian Love (Young Jewish Leadership Event)
Above and Beyond
Before the Revolution
Down Home (Sponsor Event)
For A Woman
Orchestra of Exiles (Sponsor Event)
A Bottle in the Gaza Sea
The World is Funny
The Other Son
Portrait of Wally