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Dayton Jewish Film Festival – An Evening of Short Films

June 6 @ 7:15 pm - 9:15 pm


Thursday, June 6 at 7:15 p.m.

The Neon
(130 E. 5th St, Dayton, OH 45402)

Individual Ticket $12
Season pass $95 (includes Opening Night – click here to purchase)


(United States, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2023, 20 minutes) Film Short
In 1941 Nazi-occupied Bosnia, a Muslim woman risks her life to save her Jewish friends and is saved by them in turn 50 years later. Inspired by a true story.

(Israel, 2022, 10 minutes) Film Short
BrownWhite explores how skin color influences the development of identity. Weaving Israeli biracial kids’ life experiences with findings from academic research, the film reveals the dilemmas of identity in the blended family – a world that’s more complicated than black, white, or brown.

Mazel Tov Cocktail
(Germany, 2020, 30 minutes) Film Short
Dima is a charismatic, tough Russian-Jewish teenager living in Germany. Breaking the fourth wall he passionately and ferociously talks about his views, the Jewish condition in Germany, and about the tolerant, but hypocritical ways in which his world works.

Call Me Alvy
(United Kingdom, 2017, 10 minutes) Film Short
Brian Silver – almost 13 and preparing for Bar Mitzvah – has been obsessed with Woody Allen ever since his older brother introduced him to the film Annie Hall. Does his mother have a reason to worry, or is it just a phase?

Jack and Sam
(United States, 2023, 20 minutes) Film Short
A poignant film about two Holocaust survivors who were miraculously reunited after 80 years and are now spending time rekindling their friendship and teaching others about the dangers of hatred. NOTE: After the war, Jack Waksal moved to Dayton, Ohio, where he lived until 1992.


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