For three thousand years, the Jewish people have been scattered around the world. It is no wonder that Jewish films are created in many different countries, and that different regions host their own film festivals to select and showcase most relevant of those films. The Jewish Film Festival® in Moscow became the first of its kind in Russia. It was founded in 2015 and is held annually since.About the Festival
Winners of the 6th MJFF
The winners of the Festival were announced during the Closing ceremony.
The 6th MJFF comes to an end
The Closing ceremony of the 6th Moscow Jewish Film Festival took place in Illuzion cinema.
The winner of the Yakov Kaller Award is announced
The best Russian Jewish film of 2020 is Odessa by Valery Todorovsky.
Educational program of the 6th MJFF
The Educational program of the 6th Moscow Jewish Film Festival will turn into a series of hybrid events.