Maine Jewish Film Festival

MJFF

19th edition

Mar 12 - Mar 19, 2021
Estimated
Portland, United States

Open Call Open to Public Competitive Market Special Fees

Festival type Real Venue Festival
Types of films Documentary, Narrative fiction
Film length Full length, Short

Mission / description MJFF’s modest beginnings began 1998 in South Portland at Congregation Bet Ha’am with six videos shown on a television set over a weekend. Since then we have presented over 250 films both domestic and foreign, brought more than 70 guest artists from the U.S. and around the world and sold close to 28,000 tickets to both Jewish and non-Jewish attendees in venues throughout greater Portland as well in selected sites throughout the state. Portland is the smallest city in the nation to boast an independent, professional Jewish film festival.

We curate a program of films that explore the Jewish experience through - features, documentaries and shorts. MJFF has grown to be one of the best-attended, most well-respected, and highly-anticipated cultural events in the State. We attract a diverse, sophisticated, and deeply loyal audience base who loves independent film.
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Festival website www.mjff.org

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Rating Summary

Overall

5.05
Atmosphere / Experience
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Industry Connectivity
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Quality of films
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Quality of screening
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Value for money
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Service/Guest Relations
5.0
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Special Activities
5.0
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motahareh attended with red point in 2014

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SYNOPSIS: we are in surreal city,with big machine in center city and 2 character (heart&brain)and plants eyes and machine birds city is sad until enter red point in city.. motahareh Around 7 years ago