FESTIVAL 2020 ONLINE!
The 18th Camera of David Warsaw Jewish Film Festival starts on November 16th in a completely new virtual version! Thanks to the Ninateka.pl portal and the festival's VOD platform, we will strengthen our online presence throughout Poland!
You can find the screening schedule here: https://wjff.pl/en/program-2/. Films will be screening entirely online. The general audience will be able to stream the films Poland-wide on the festival’s VoD partner Ninateka.pl and festival's streaming platform WJFF.PL VoD Vimeo.
Our event, as in previous years, will last 7 days - from November 16 to 22. As every year, we will prepare for our viewers a feature and documentary competition and numerous thematic sections. The main organizer of the festival is the Camera of David Foundation WJFF.pl. The Warsaw Jewish Film Festival is the oldest and largest event of its kind in Poland and one of the first in Europe and worldwide.
This year, the Camera of David WJFF.pl Foundation has awarded a special prize to Marian Turski and the Israeli director Avi Nasher. The festival program will include an Avi Nasher retrospective and his film THE OTHER STORY will grace this year's closing gala!
Access to all screenings on the Internet at Ninateka.pl and the festival's VOD platform will remain free. Ninateka is a service run by the National Film Archive - Audiovisual Institute (FINA), which presents the richness of Polish audiovisual culture in open, free access. Access to content on the portal is not only free of charge but also free of advertising.
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