THE 19TH WARSAW JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL TOOK PLACE FROM NOVEMBER 15th TO 30TH and WE CAN ALREADY CONFIDENTLY SAY THE IT WAS A BIG SUCCESS!
This year’s edition was highly unusual due to the COVID-19 restrictions, but we are glad that we decided to persevere and organize this year's festival in Warsaw cinemas and online Poland-wide.
We would like to thank our cinema partners for curating our programs and to our audience for the big interest shown during 16 days of the festival and for your tremendous activity on our social media.
A big heartfelt thank you to filmmakers, distributors and producers of all 50 films, which we showed this year and to our international Jury for choosing the best films of Warsaw Jewish Film Festival 2021!
OUR JURY VERDIC YOU CAN SEE HERE: https://wjff.pl/en/the-camera-of-david-awards-2021/
WE WOULD ALSO LIKE TO EXPRESS GRATITUDE TO OUR SPONSORS, PARTNERS AND MEDIA PARTNERS FOR INVALUABLE SUPPORT DURING THE FESTIVAL
We would like to thank our main partner - POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews - for long-standing contribution to the development of the WJFF and support for accompanying events.
Special thanks for supporting the idea of our festival to The City of Warsaw, Mazovian Voivodeship, The Foundation for Polish-German Cooperation, The Dutch Jewish Humanitarian Fund, and Taube Foundation.
We would like to thank our splendid partners: Taube Center for the Renewal of Jewish Life in Poland, Kulczyk Foundation, Embassy of Israel, Embassy of the Netherlands, German Embassy, Embassy of Switzerland, Embassy of Canada, French Institute in Warsaw, Communication Unlimited, Kino Helios, Blue-City, Kino Amondo, Andrzej Wajda Centre For Film Culture, VOD.Warszawa.pl, Mindspace, Hala Koszyki, Galicja Jewish Museum, Yad Vashem - The World Holocaust Remembrance Center, JCC Warsaw, JCC Budapest, Jewish Film Festival Berlin, FINA and Ninateka.
This year’s festival would not be possible without our media partners: CANAL+, Gazeta Wyborcza, Radio TOK FM and ARTE TV. We thank you all for the joint promotion of Jewish culture in Poland.
PHOTO GALLERY 2021: CLICK HERE!