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Spokane Jewish Cultural Film Festival 2022

Thursday, February 17, 2022 - Sunday, February 27, 2022


Spokane Area Jewish Family Services is pleased to present our 18th annual Spokane Jewish Cultural Film Festival! Since 2005, JFS has brought international films to Spokane that share Jewish life and culture with the community. Our upcoming festival, however, will be unprecedented: We’re going hybrid!

The festival will take place Feb. 17-27, 2022, and will be presented in a “hybrid” format, provided COVID-19 conditions at the time allow for it. This means opening and closing screenings in person (with precautions in place) at Wolff Auditorium (in Gonzaga University’s Jepson Center) as well as virtual access to all films and numerous programs (such as filmmaker Q&As).

In-person screenings are in Wolff Auditorium at the Jepson Center on the campus of Gonzaga University. Tickets to both in-person and virtual screenings can be purchased online. Films are available virtually during 72-hour windows, starting and ending at times indicated in the schedule above.

Should you have any questions, please feel free to call Neal in the JFS office at (509) 747-7394 or email him at director@sajfs.org. We look forward to your participation in SJCFF 2022!


Thursday, February 17, 2022
Sunday, February 27, 2022
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Jewish Family Services Spokane Area
(509) 747-7394
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Gonzaga University, Wolff Auditorium (Jepson 114)
502 E Boone
Spokane, WA 99258 United States
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(800) 986.9585
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