From Feb. 10 through Feb. 27, the 26th Annual Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival will screen films showcasing the best of Jewish life, history and heritage. This year’s film festival will once again be held virtually, due to ongoing health and safety concerns.

Currently the longest-running film festival in the Valley, the Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival celebrates its 26th year by presenting almost 3,400 minutes of Jewish cinema from dozens of different countries. More than 30 feature-length and short films, ranging from defiance and revenge, to fun and adventure, and to laughter and love, with something for everyone and stories that engage both mind and heart, will be available to stream.

Via just about any device, computer or Smart TV, the audience can travel from the beaches and shuks of Israel to the back lots and sound stages of Hollywood; from a tropical farm in Brazil to the witness stand of the United States Supreme Court; from the limestone hills of the island of Majorca to multiple villages and towns of wartime Europe.

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