17th Annual

Karen Schneider
Jewish Film Festival

Affiliated with the Lenore Marwil Jewish Film Festival of Detroit

Lynne Hurand & Susan Low, Festival Chairs

A presentation of the Flint Jewish Federation and the Flint Institute of Arts

Sponsored by:

Presented with generous support of the Ravitz Foundation

Sponsored by:

Presented with generous support of the Ravitz Foundation

The Mission

The mission of the Karen Schneider Jewish Film Festival of Flint is to entertain and to educate. The festival uses the power of film to challenge conventional perspectives on complex and dynamic issues facing the Jewish people and the community as a whole. Please join us as the festival brings our community together for one month of cultural enlightenment and entertainment.

May 2–8

Here We Are

May 2–23

A Crime on the Bayou
Forgiveness
From Cairo to the Cloud
Hollywood’s II. World War
Shalom Taiwan

May 9–15

The Crossing

May 16–22

The Keeper
Six Minutes to Midnight

Screening

All screenings for the Film Festival will be held online, as the Flint Institute of Arts Theater is closed due to public health concerns. Tickets for each film can be purchased at the Jewish Film Festival film website at jff.eventive.org. Sponsors will be given special access codes to watch films.

Q&A

To register for the Q&As, contact Ashley at ashleymusser@flintfed.org for the films A Crime on the Bayou and From Cairo to the Cloud.