Cherry Hill Volvo Cars Jewish Film Festival

Cherry Hill Volvo Cars Jewish Film Festival

Sunday, March 18 to Sunday, March 25, 2018 and

Friday, April 27 | Wednesday, May 2 | Monday, May 7 | Wednesday, June 27

Celebrate the best in Jewish Film from around the world.  We’ll feature National and International film festival favorites.  This week will also include discussions with directors, actors, producers and Rabbis – and more!

Cherry Hill Volvo Cars Jewish Film Festival of the Katz JCC would like to provide the following updates for these rescheduled films:

Bye Bye Germany with Mr. Bernstein

  • Friday, April 27 at 1pm at the Katz JCC
  • $10 Members/$13 Guests
  • This film is sponsored by the Dollinger Family Foundation.

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Keep the Change

  • Wednesday, May 2, at 7pm at AMC Voorhees
  • $12 Members/ $15 Guests
  • Guest speakers: Samantha Elisofon and Brandon Polansky, Actors in the film
  • This film is sponsored by Leon L. Levy and Associates.

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Cuba’s Forgotten Jewels

  • Monday, May 7 at 7pm at the Katz JCC
  • Wonderful film shown during the Patron Preview event
  • Speaker Panel: Sahar Oz, Abe Ferdas, Rabbi Jerry David
  • $10 Members/ $13 Guests
  • This film is sponsored by Maggiano’s.

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On the Map

  • Wednesday, June 27 at 7pm at Temple Beth Sholom
  • $12/Members/ $15 Guests
  • This film is sponsored by the Lahav Family in memory of Steve Lahav.

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Ticket Packages:

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Film Festival Line-Up:

Questions about the Festival?  Please contact Michele Susson at [email protected].


Jewish Youth Film Festival Contest

Our mission is to offer a fun and creative platform through video/film for individuals in grades K – 8 to reflect upon their Jewish experience.  We encourage them to portray Jewish values and traditions and to express ideas, opinions and perspectives on contemporary and historic social issues affecting the Jewish community in the United States, Israel and the world. We do this to promote awareness, appreciation and pride in our heritage, our diverse and shared culture and to inspire and educate youth through filmmaking.


2018 Katz JCC Jewish Youth Film Festival Guidelines:

Do you have a story to tell? A point of view to express? An issue to identify? We want to hear from you! Use your iPad, iPhone, Android or other mobile device to tell your story, express your ideas or share your point of view. Be creative, be expressive and be heard!

Download Youth Film Festival Film Submission Form


  • Thank you to our generous sponsors!