New York Jewish Film Festival

http://www.thejewishmuseum.org/home/page.php?id=filmfest

United States

The New York Jewish Film Festival is a collaborative project of The Jewish Museum and The Film Society of Lincoln Center. Each year in January, this international festival brings to the big screen a wide range of thought-provoking films by both emerging and established filmmakers about the Jewish experience.

The New York Jewish Film Festival offers unique visions of the Jewish experience, presented in a diverse array of international films that range from epic feature films to intensely personal documentaries.

Hungarian films at the festival

1994 - Why Wasn't He There
2003 - Smouldering Cigarette
2004 - Rose's Songs
2010 - With a Little Patience (in competition)

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