Film Festivals as Ritualized/Religious Events
Item: Cover of the Jewish Cinema South Film Festival 2004 Brochure
|Title: ||Cover of the Jewish Cinema South Film Festival 2004 Brochure|
|Authors: ||Jewish Cinema South Film Festival|
Jewish Cinema South
|Issue Date: ||19-Nov-2005 |
|Description: ||Cover of the 2004 Brochure for the 2004 Jewish Cinema South Film Festival.
"While there are currently over 60 Jewish Film Festivals throughout the country, the ISJL is the first organization to offer a network format that allows individual communities to sponsor their own Jewish Film Festivals in cooperation with the ISJL. With JEWISH CINEMA SOUTH [...], these local festivals have drawn audiences in the thousands. They continue to energize their communities by presenting programs that are usually limited to larger metropolitan areas. JEWISH CINEMA SOUTH has helped launch four other local film festivals in Austin, Houston, Nashville, and Shreveport that are now operating independently of the Institute."|
|Appears in Collections:||Film Festivals as Ritualized/Religious Events|
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