Welcome to the 17th annual Las Vegas Jewish Film Festival (LVJFF).
 
LVJFF shares insight into Jewish identity, history, and culture, and promotes solidarity with Israel and remembrance of the Holocaust.

LVJFF is presented with major support provided by Desert Space Foundation, Adelson Family Foundation, Jewish Nevada, Israeli American Council, Adelson Educational Campus, Las Vegas Review-Journal, National Endowment for the Humanities, Nevada Humanities and South Point Hotel Casino. Additional support is provided by Brenden Theatres, Eclipse Theaters, Imagine Communications, Jewish Community Center and Aliyah Media.

LVJFF individual screenings are hosted by Vegas PBS, Neon Museum, Israeli American Council, Jewish National Fund, Friends of Israel Gospel Ministries, Southern Nevada Jewish Heritage Project, Dam Short Film Festival, Anti-Defamation League, Black Mountain Institute/The Believer Magazine, Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada and Nevada Women’s Film Festival.  Patron donor support comes from numerous individual donors and other participating local businesses and organizations.

Thank you to everyone who supports and attends our Jewish film festival. You are the reason LVJFF is the longest running, most popular film festival in Nevada.

Our 2018 LVJFF is dedicated to Heather Heyer who was killed while protesting against anti-Semitic supremacists who were chanting “Jews will not replace us” in Charlottesville, Virginia. May her memory be a blessing for empathy and compassion over fear and intolerance.  

TICKETS: LVJFF Individual Tickets are $10.00 each and are only available for advance purchase through Eventbrite.

All students and educators are admitted free to every screening.