6.12/ Southampton Cultural Center: Jewish Film Festival, July 6 / August 29

July 6 – August 29, 2017

Southampton Arts Center, 25 Jobs Lane, Southampton Village  

        Guild Hall, Main Street, East Hampton

Tickets: $ 15 general admission; $ 7.50 for children under 12. Available in advance at scc-arts.org

The Third Annual Southampton Jewish Film Festival opens July 6th and runs through August  29th.

This year’s festival, in collaboration with the Chabad Southampton Jewish Center, will take place in two locations, the Southampton  Arts Center and Guild Hall East Hampton.

The festival line up is an exciting one with several guest filmmakers and scholars. The Center is proud to present thirteen films the general public may not otherwise have the opportunity to see. Each film is carefully curated with the aim of highlighting a particular aspect of the Jewish experience, and to honor individuals who have made important humanitarian contributions. All of the films, while entertaining, are historically relevant and will be of interest to all. Filmmakers and academics will be on hand for audience discussion.

Additionally, in cooperation with the Playwrights Theater of East Hampton, on August 21st, there will be a special staged reading of a new play, The Resettlement of Isaac, based on the true story of the sole survivor of a harrowing Nazi massacre.  This production is directed by Robert Kalfin, founder of the Chelsea Theater Center.

25 Pond Lane, PO Box 5008

Southampton, NY 11969

Tel: (631) 287-4377

Fax: (631) 287-5676




Giancarlo Impiglia: Rhythms of Color | June 6 – July 30 | Reception June 10 from 5 – 7 pm

The Perlman Music Program: Classical Collaborations | Friday, June 9 at 7 pm

Boys of Broadway Fundraiser | June 16 and 17 at 7:30 pm and June 18 at 2:30 pm

Sock Hop Dance Event | Friday, June 30 from 8 – 11 pm


Southampton’s Unique Arts Center for Education, Exhibition and Performance  

Southampton Cultural Center, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, combines art, education, dance, music and theatre to engage and nourish the entire community with the arts. Established in 1985, the Cultural Center serves all East End residents and visitors by providing a variety of programming including classes and live performances for children and adults at affordable prices.


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