Film

Fiddler
Give me Liberty
This Changes Everything

Film @ the JCC

At the Carole Zabar Center for Film, we present previews and special engagements of films on topics that are relevant and important to our community. These include fiction and documentary movies on subjects such as social justice, history, current and political happenings, and other matters of interest to Jewish and NYC viewers. Our weekly screenings include our year-round Cinematters series, as well as features presented by the Israel Film Center, ReelAbilities, and the Other Israel Film Festival.

Upper West Side residents can enjoy seeing films in our theater that are not available elsewhere uptown. Our post-film Q+A conversations are a highlight of our film program, featuring in-depth conversations with filmmakers, actors, and other special guests.

We also host four festivals in house each year, including the Cinematters: Social Justice Film FestivalReelAbilities Film Festival: New York, Other Israel Film Festival, and the Israel Film Center Festival.

Seniors may use the discount code SENIOR20 for $3 off weekly Cinematters tickets.

Discounts will be applied after you complete your purchase.

Upcoming Screenings

Winter Season Film Pass
Winter Season Film Pass

Purchase a pass for our acclaimed series and enjoy a spectacular season of preview and premiere films, special cinematic events and discussions. Enjoy cutting edge films from around the world, documentaries and special engagements, followed by conversations with filmmakers and special guest speakers.

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65.00
Members
85.00
Public
Latter Day Jew
Latter Day Jew

Dir. Aliza Rosen  (US, 2019, 85 min.)

LATTER DAY JEW is a documentary feature film following H. Alan Scott, a gay former Mormon, converted Jew, cancer survivor, writer-comedian, as he finds his spiritual path and prepares for his Bar Mitzvah.

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12.00
Members
15.00
Public
Viral
Viral

Directed by Andrew Goldberg

(84 mins)

Viral: Antisemitism In Four Mutations

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12.00
Members
15.00
Public

Help us continue to ensure accessible programming for everyone. Please support Film programs at the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan.