JFilm Jewish Film Festival Continues on Local Screens (Mon., 4/24/23)
The Pittsburgh Jewish Film Festival continues today and is an annual festival celebrating cinematic Judaica. Now in it’s 30th year, the festival features a variety of short and full-length films, talks, and events. The goal of the festival is to showcase the many varied aspects of Jewish life and culture and demonstrate that we are all part of a common humanity. Screenings will be held at the AMC Waterworks, The Oaks, and McConomy Auditorium. Tonight’s film is March 68 and showing at The Oaks Theater. In the film two students Hania and Janek fall in love against a backdrop of antisemitism and social turmoil in 1960’s Warsaw. The Polish film is screened with English subtitles. 7 p.m. 310 Allegheny River Blvd., Oakmont.