Category Archive: SVJFF

Review: For a Woman (Kurys, 2013) – SVJFF 2014


For a Woman (French: Pour une femme) was the last film we caught at this year’s Silicon Valley Jewish Film Festival, which is now over (but put it on your calendars for next… Continue reading

Review: Life Sentences (Shani & Kedar, 2013) – SVJFF 2014


Life Sentences was the third and perhaps final film we will watch at this year’s Silicon Valley Jewish Film Festival. Yaron Shani and Nurit Kedar‘s documentary about the family of a PLO leader and devout Jewish… Continue reading

Review: Arabani (Adwan, 2013) – SVJFF 2014


For many people, one of the primary reasons for watching movies or reading novels is to acquaint oneself with a different culture, perspective, or topic in an entertaining way. Simultaneously, many writers and filmmakers… Continue reading

Review: It Happened in Saint-Tropez (Thompson, 2013) – SVJFF 2014


The Silicon Valley Jewish Film Festival is currently underway with movies playing every Saturday to Wednesday until November 12th. If you haven’t yet gone to a showing, you can still make a few… Continue reading