Dir. Noa Gusakov, Israel, 2015, Hebrew w/ English subtitles, 9 min.
The Jewish Film Institute's Online Short of the Month for October finds Lily, a teacher in her Sabbatical year, living on a Kibbutz. She is having hard time adjusting to her year off while life at school goes on without her. Her attempt at finding something else to do, at all costs, brings her to an unexpected showdown.
The 36th San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, presented by the Jewish Film Institute, returns July 21 through August 7, 2016 in San Francisco, Berkeley, Oakland, Palo Alto and San Rafael. Visit www.sfjff.org for full program and schedule information.
SFJFF celebrates excellence in Jewish & independent cinema with three weeks of groundbreaking film, memorable festival guests and exciting special events.
SFJFF36 Spotlight Web Series – Hitchhikers: An Israeli Roadside Odyssey In this new web series, Israeli filmmaker Yair Agmon (The Arrest, SFJFF 2015) illuminates the complexities of Israeli society through a mosaic of hitchhikers he finds all over the country.