The Triad Jewish Film Festival 2017 is now finished.  

We look forward to seeing you #mytjff2018.

Please call (336) 852-5433 x221 if you have any questions.

We couldn't do it without our sponsors. Thank you to:

Below please find samples of our 2017 Triad Jewish Film Festival. From funny, heart-warming, somber or provocative, each film represented a distinctive aspect of global Jewish history, culture and experience. 

The Kind Words

This film will be shown at 8pm on Saturday, February 18 in the Regal Greensboro Grande Stadium 16. 

  • February 18: The Kind Words

    This quirky and wry comedy follows three Jewish Israeli siblings – Dorona, Netanel and Shai – who, in the wake of their mother’s death, set out on an adventure to understand where they came from. The journey sends them from Israel to France to discover the truth about their mother's past. The Kind Words explore an unraveling family secret and the bittersweet journey of self-discovery that follows.
    Recommended for audiences over the age of 14.

The ZigZag Kid

This film will be shown at 2 pm on Sunday, February 19 in the Regal Greensboro Grande Stadium 16.

Thank you to Andrew Bowen Photography for sponsoring this film.

  • February 19: The ZigZag Kid

    12-year-old Nono Feierberg yearns to learn more about his mother’s mysterious fate, but the boy’s overactive imagination constantly gets him into trouble. Sent away on the eve of his Bar Mitzvah, Nono meets his father’s nemesis who takes him on a secret mission to the French Riviera. Will Nono be able to put his detective skills to work and complete this high-stakes quest on time?
    Recommended for all audiences.

To Life!

This film will be shown at 7:30 pm on Thursday, February 23 in the Regal Greensboro Grande Stadium 16. 

  • February 23: To Life!

    Fate introduces the aging cabaret singer Ruth and the young, confused Jonas as Ruth is evicted from her apartment in Berlin and contemplates suicide. Ruth is running from her past and Jonas from his future, but the two of them together manage to reaffirm life for each other in this moving drama that shifts between World War II, the post-war generation and today.
    Recommended for audiences over the age of 14.

Tickets can be purchased online through the links above, in person at the Greensboro Jewish Federation, by phone, or by mail. For mail order tickets, please return either the postcard from the Film Festival Brochure with payment or a note indicating which films you would like to see and how many tickets you will need with payment to: 
Greensboro Jewish Federation, Attn – Film Festival, 5509-C W. Friendly Ave Greensboro NC 27410


For more information, questions, or sponsorship requests please contact our Film Festival Director at or at 336-852-5433