Arts & Culture

Tucson International Jewish Film Festival

The Tucson International Jewish Film Festival promotes independent, international film that celebrates Jewish culture and cultural diversity. The annual festival brings outstanding films from around the globe to Tucson-area screens. More than 3,000 festival attendees will gain a glimpse of Jewish lives that are worlds away and yet remarkably familiar. TIJFF is also one of the longest-running Jewish film festivals in the country and one of the longest-running film festivals in Arizona.

Films

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To submit an entry, please contact kspector@tucsonjcc.org

Tickets

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Sponsors & Donors

If you would like to sponsor or donate to the 2020 Tucson International Jewish Film Festival, please contact kspector@tucsonjcc.org

Thank you to our 2019 sponsors!

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New Sculpture Highlight!

Jeff Downing: Guides of Passage
Inspired by 12th century Byzantine manuscript prints depicting the legend of the Cynocephalus.

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Tucson Jewish Community Center
Tucson Jewish Community Center
New Sculpture Highlight! Wait until you see what reflects.

Gary Swimmer: Forgetting
"Forgetting is the human condition that time, events,
changes in cultural perspective, memory’s inherent decay
and mutability all lead to."
Tucson Jewish Community Center
Tucson Jewish Community Center
New Sculpture Highlight!

Natalie Levin: Lady in the Blue Agave
"Pays homage to the ubiquitous agave plant & its spiritual significance to the native peoples of the Sonoran Desert."
Tucson Jewish Community Center
Tucson Jewish Community Center
New Sculpture Highlight!

Curt Brill: Seated Dana
"The intent of my work has shifted from portraying the physicality of being Human to a gestural, looser expression."

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Tucson Jewish Community Center
Tucson Jewish Community Center
New Sculpture Highlight!

Harold Grinspoon: Reunion
His career as an artist did not begin until the age
of 87, when a large cherry tree fell in his yard and inspired
him to transform and explore its form and beauty, mortality
and immortality; the result being a 25 foot tall work of art.
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