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All films premiere on Thursday evenings at 6:00 PM and are available for streaming for 72 hours.

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Zoom discussion sessions begin at 7:00 PM on Sunday evenings, July 26, August 9 and August 30 at the end of the streaming window.

Please find the link for each film and accompanying zoom event in your email by 4:00 PM on each new streaming day.



Register for Free Virtual Film Series:

  • Register Online here

  • By phone (603-627-7679) through the Jewish Federation office Monday-Thursday 9am - 3pm.

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Our Virtual Summer Film series is FREE but we encourage a minimum donation of $18.00 to support the New Hampshire Jewish Film Festival. 


You can stream each film from the comfort of your own home on your computer, phone, or television. Each film will be available for 72 hours only.

How to View the Films

Important Announcement



To Our Film Festival Attendees,


After extensive consultations with local, state, regional, and federal agencies who are working diligently to combat the spread of COVID-19, we have made the difficult, but necessary, decision to postpone the 12th Annual NHJFF until a later date. We will continue to monitor the situation and will announce the new dates as soon as we can.


The New Hampshire Jewish Film Festival (NHJFF) is about people spending time together—kibitzing, schmoozing, noshing, watching, and connecting—with familiar friends and making new ones. The power of a shared emotional experience is amplified when we laugh, cry, and/or reflect on Jewish and Israeli life, history, and culture together. Simply put: NHJFF is about community engagement powered by cinema.


As concerned and dedicated members of our NH Jewish community, we believe very strongly that we are all responsible for not only ourselves and our families, but for each other, and the wider community at large. We ask for your patience during this challenging time and request that you each stay informed of recommendations and take all appropriate measures, including frequent hand washing, increased social distancing, and, where necessary, self-quarantining.


The silver lining of our 12th Annual NHJFF is that the show will go on, just not now.


If you already purchased tickets to the 2020 NHJFF:

We will maintain a record of your purchased ticket(s) which may be used for the rescheduled NHJFF. However, if you do not want us to maintain your ticket for the rescheduled NHJFF, please consider converting your purchase to a charitable gift to the Jewish Federation of New Hampshire.


Alternatively, if you have purchased your tickets through the Federation Office and you prefer a full refund please email, and we will refund any purchased tickets to the payment method used to make the purchase.  


If you have purchased your tickets through Brown Paper Tickets and prefer a full refund, please contact Brown Paper Tickets within 2 weeks by emailing Be sure to include your confirmation number, if possible. 


Thank you for your patronage and support in past years and for your understanding in this unusual circumstance. We look forward to celebrating the 12th Annual NHJFF at a future date and wish our entire community safety and good health.




Pat Kalik and Ross Fishbein

2020 NHJFF Co-Chairs





Support from individuals and area businesses is essential to continue the tradition of presenting New Hampshire’s largest Jewish Film Festival. Thank you for your generosity!



We're pleased to have offered 11 years of cultural, educational, funny, thought-provoking, and inspirational film festival events.


Learn more about past NH Jewish Film Festival events here!