Bucharest Jewish Film Festival holds 12th edition

The 12th edition of the Bucharest Jewish Film Festival will kick off on with a selection of movies by renowned directors and concerts, exhibitions, and conferences.

The festival will take place in several venues in Bucharest, namely the National Museum of the Romanian Peasant, Cervantes Institute, the National History Museum of Romania, Cinema Union, JCC Community Center, and Bucharest National Opera.

The organizers said that the films and events of the festival had been selected to provide the widest possible view of Jewish culture, values and traditions, as well as the challenges of the Jewish people around the world.

Bucharest Jewish Film Festival is part of a network that includes 200 events organized around the world under the Jewish Film Festival brand.


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