Independent, annual Jewish film festival celebrates international and independent films at local theaters and presents between-festival screenings.
Film & Video
Celebrates the artistry of film and educates viewers with film offerings conceived and created through a Jewish lens. The intention is to entertain, to provoke discussion, and to provide experiences that engage both mind and heart.
A two-week festival offering independent, award-winning feature and documentary films that portray a diverse Jewish experience.
Annual fall film festival featuring award-winning films from documentaries to dramas, portraying Jewish life around the world.
Annual series held in the fall features award-winning international films and documentaries on Israel, Jewish heritage, mystery and tradition. Films also presented during the rest of the year.
Home to Northern California's largest collection of Jewish books, DVDs and CDs, circulating to the public at no charge; a popular venue for free literary, cultural and family events.
JFI is the premier curatorial voice for Jewish film and media internationally and a leading Bay Area arts organization. JFI is also the presenter of the annual San Francisco Jewish Film Festival.
The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival (SFJFF) is the largest and oldest festival of its kind and a leader in the curation of Jewish film and media. The 38th Festival returns July 19 – August 5, 2018.
Founded by Michael Lerner, Tikkun brings together progressive religious and secular voices to address social transformation, environmental concerns, politics and the Middle East.
Publication of the Jewish Federation of Silicon Valley. Published six times/year, the magazine covers local, national and international news of importance to the Jewish community.
TV & Radio
A weekly radio show and podcast featuring lectures and programs presented at the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco. Podcasts are on the KALW, JCCSF and NPR websites and can be downloaded on iTunes.
Interview show airing Sundays at 5:30 a.m. on KPIX-5, Channel 5. Jews, Catholics and Protestants rotate weeks. Jewish segment host Rabbi Eric Weiss focuses on culture and religious and community issues.