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2021 San Diego International Jewish Film Festival

The 31st annual San Diego International Jewish Film Festival will be held February 11-21, 2021. It will be a virtual film festival and all films will be screened from our virtual platform.  Since its inception in 1990, the SDIJFF has become one of the largest and most prestigious film festivals of its kind, and has the highest attendance of any Jewish cultural event in San Diego County with about 20,000 patrons every year.

 

Neighborhood: La Jolla

San Diego Center for Jewish Culture
4126 Executive Dr
La Jolla, CA 92037

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858.362.1348
guestservices@lfjcc.org

Date & Time

Feb 11 - Feb 21, 2021

Price

$15.00 general admission / $12.00 LFJCC member

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