In the Community

The Greenville Jewish Film Festival believes in the importance of sharing the spirit of Jewish film with our community outside of our annual festivals, which is why we’re getting out there and partnering with some incredible organizations!

Schmooze. Nosh. Sip.

We hosted an exclusive reception at the Sigal Music Museum on Saturday, August 19 from 7-9pm. Our guests were able to visit the musical instrument exhibits and watch a screening of the award-winning documentary short, Joe's Violin.
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Rolling Green Village

Rolling Green Village is a senior living facility that partnered with us to host a food and film event with its residents. We were thrilled to provide an event that brought art and history to our senior community as well as Middle Eastern foods from the Pita House.
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The Woodlands at Furman

In August, the GJFF was able to partner with The Woodlands at Furman, a beautiful senior living community, to plan a screening of Humor Me, one of the popular films from our last festival. We paired the showing with homemade rugalah and macaroons donated by The Temple of Israel. Thirty residents joined us in creating an uplifting atmosphere, and we were so happy to be there!
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