2013 BOB AWARDS: Voter's Choice for best
Local Film Festival or Series
The Charlotte Jewish Film Festival is proud to announce that we have won the 2013 BOB AWARDS - Voter's Choice for Local Film Festival or Series by the readers of Charlotte Magazine for the second year in a row! This great honor reflects the high regard in which the CJFF is held by the Charlotte arts community! Many thanks to our community partners, corporate sponsors, patrons, dedicated volunteers and most importantly, YOU, the film lover, for helping to make the CJFF a success!
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The curtain has come down on the most successful Charlotte Jewish Film Festival yet as over 3400 people came out to see a wonderful slate of films that left us laughing, crying and thinking! There were a record 5 sellouts this year, and we could not have done it without YOU, our loyal audience members who continue to support the Festival year after year!
You voted and Wunderkinder won the Audience Favorite Award at the 9th Annual Charlotte Jewish Film Festival! This is another feather in the cap for this award winning film which has garnered praise from Jewish Film Festivals in Atlanta, Los Angeles and San Diego!
On behalf of Festival Director Jeff Turk and the Executive Board, THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU! We look forward to seeing you again in 2014.
We have a new mobile app available to make your CJFF experience a breeze! Scan the code to the left, click on one of these buttons, or search for "Charlotte Jewish Film Festival" in the Google Play Store (for your Android mobile device) or the Apple App Store (for iPhone or iPad) and follow the instructions to download the app.
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The Charlotte Jewish Film Festival is brought to you by the Levine JCC and the Charlotte Chapter of Hadassah, and is made possible, in part, with funding by the Arts & Science Council and the North Carolina Arts Council, an agency of the Department of Cultural Resources, and the National Endowment for the Arts, which believes that a great nation deserves great art.