Become a member of the Jewish Film Institute and get the best access to transcendent Jewish storytelling in theaters and at home. Members enjoy exclusive benefits year-round, at the annual San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, and to our many online programs in the Bay Area and beyond. When you make a gift to JFI, you help to secure the future of Jewish filmmaking and empower independent voices to explore original, complex topics through experimentation, innovation, and collaboration.
All Jewish Film Institute members receive:
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The Next Wave membership is specially-priced for film lovers ages 18–35. Benefits include:
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Applicants to the JFI Completion Grants Program will receive a one-year Flmmaker Membership via their FilmFreeway submission fee.Join Renew
Please contact the Jewish Film Institute Membership team to learn more about the many benefits of joining the JFI family.
T: 415.621.0556 x215
Office Hours: Mon–Fri, 9am–5pm
The Jewish Film Institute is a 501(c)3 organization (EIN 94-2854068) and your membership contributions are tax-deductible as allowed by law. The tax deduction is limited to the excess of the contribution over the fair market value of any items received in exchange for the donation. Please consult your tax advisor or the IRS to learn more about the deductibility of your donation. Benefits may be waived in order to take an additional write-off. Tax-deductible amounts are based on average usage.
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