Jewish International Film Festival
Film Screenings + Q&A Sessions
The Jewish International Film Festival is one of the longest running film festivals in Australia. This year it presents 65 films from across the globe including numerous German movies such as Bye Bye Germany and Hanna's Sleeping Dogs that celebrate the diversity of Jewish culture and storytelling.
The Goethe-Institut supports the screenings of Moritz Daniel Oppenheim: the First Jewish Painter and the visit of its director, Isabel Gathof, in Sydney and Melbourne. This movie documents the traces of Moritz Daniel Oppenheim, icon of the Jewish emancipation in Germany and his impact as the first Jewish painter of the modern era across Germany, France and Israel. Young filmmaker Isabel Gathof will attend Q&A sessions after two of the follwing screenings:
Sun 5 Nov 2017, 1.15 pm, Sydney, Bondi Junction with Director Q&A
Sun 29 Oct 2017, 2.15 pm, Melbourne, Classic Cinemas with Director Q&A
Mon, 6 Nov 2017, 12 pm, Melbourne, Classic Cinemas
This movie will be shown in German with English subtitles.
For tickets and further information about the films please visit the JIFF Website.
Language: German with english subtitles