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Tucson Jewish Film Festival

January 5 - January 19

$10

The Tucson International Jewish Film Festival promotes independent, international film that celebrates Jewish culture and cultural diversity. The annual festival brings outstanding films from around the globe to Tucson-area screens. More than 3,000 festival attendees will gain a glimpse of Jewish lives that are worlds away and yet remarkably familiar. TIJFF is also one of the longest-running Jewish film festivals in the country and one of the longest-running film festivals in Arizona.

Details

Start:
January 5
End:
January 19
Cost:
$10
Website:
https://tucsonjcc.org/arts/tijff/

Venue

Tucson Jewish Community Center
3800 E River Road
Tucson, AZ 85718 United States
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Phone:
520-299-3000
Website:
https://www.tucsonjcc.org/
About Us

Tucson Lifestyle Magazine is Tucson's only glossy, monthly city magazine, targeting Southern Arizona’s affluent residents. With over 35 years of publishing experience, Tucson Lifestyle is committed to showcasing the people, places, local flavors, and attractions that make our city unique.

General Information

Phone: 520-721-2929 x 102
Address: 7000 E Tanque Verde Rd # 11,
Tucson, AZ 85715

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