Since its beginnings in 2011 the Michiana Jewish Film Festival [MJFF] has seen steady growth and success. Through partnerships with the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center and The University of Notre Dame, MJFF examines Judaism with a line-up of cutting edge Jewish themed cinema.
Monday, May 14th, the festival begins at 5:15 pm with a short film, Stitchers: Tapestry of Spirit. Following at 5:30, is Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story , and the evening concludes with Foxtrot at 8:00 pm.
Tuesday, May 15th, the 5:15 pm short film is 116 Cameras. The movie at 5:30 is GI Jews: Jewish Americans in WWII, followed by 1945 at 8 pm.
Wednesday, May 16th starts at 5:15pm with the short film El Hara. The next movie is Remember Baghdad at 5:30 and the final show of the evening is The Last Suit at 8: 00 pm.
Thursday, May 17th the final day of the festival begins with the short film The Chop at 5:15. Keep the Change follows at 5:30, and the evening concludes with The Wedding Plan at 8:00 pm.
All of these movies will be shown at The DeBartolo Performing Arts Center on the campus of the University of Notre Dame. Click here for more information and to buy tickets.