When and where is the Miami Jewish Film Festival 2021?
The Festival will celebrate its 24th Annual Edition from April 15-29, 2021.
Screening venues include:
• Aventura Arts & Cultural Center (Aventura)
• Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center (Aventura)
• The Betsy (Miami Beach)
• Braman Miller Center (Coral Gables)
• Coral Gables Art Cinema (Coral Gables)
• Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU (Miami Beach)
• Miami Beach JCC (Miami Beach)
• Miami Beach SoundScape (Miami Beach)
• Michael-Ann Russell JCC (North Miami)
• Miami Theater Center (Miami Shores)
• O Cinema South Beach (Miami Beach)
• The Palace Coral Gables (Coral Gables)
• Regal Cinemas South Beach (Miami Beach)
• Temple Beth Am (Pinecrest)
Additional venues for special events will be listed in the Ticket Guide.
Help us save some trees. You can download the 2020 Ticket Guide in electronic format and get the complete Festival schedule at your fingertips.
Tickets may be purchased online or by calling Tickets: 1-888-585-3456 (FILM). If you have any questions, please call the Festival Office at 305-573-7304.
Festival Standard prices for films are:
• $15 General Admission
• $11 Miami Jewish Film Society Members
• $14 Seniors (65+)
• $14 Students with ID
Prices typically range from $60-$70 for special events.
Discounted tickets are available for students, seniors, and members of the Miami Jewish Film Society. To join, learn more here. Miami Jewish Film Society Members also enjoy ordering tickets two weeks before general public sales begin.
For more information regarding Festival submission requirements, visit our Call for Entries page on Film Freeway.
How does seating work?
All Badge Holders and Ticket Holders must be seated 15 minutes before showtime to guarantee their seat. Empty seats will be sold to Rush Line patrons. All seats are general admission, and multiple-seat saving is not permitted. Please understand there is select, limited reserved seating for certain level of members and sponsors.
What if I’m late to a screening?
Late seating is not guaranteed. If you arrive late, and seats are still available, you may be seated at the discretion of the Theater Manager. Please keep in mind, if it is a sold out show, remaining empty seats are sold to the Rush Line 15 minutes before show time. We strongly encourage you to arrive and be seated 15 minutes prior to the published show start time.
What are Rush Tickets?
Rush tickets are sold 10 minutes before showtime at the theater where the film is being shown. If a film is at Rush, it means that there are no more advance sales tickets for that screening. We try to accommodate all pass holders and ticket holders up until 15 minutes prior to the screening. If there are any available seats, tickets will be sold to the Rush Line on a first come, first serve basis. If you are not seated 15 minutes before showtime, you are in danger of your seat being sold to the Rush Line.
Can I reserve tickets?
Tickets are either purchased or not purchased. They cannot be reserved.
Can I get tickets for other days/theatres at any box office?
Yes! All Theater Box Offices can process advanced ticket purchases. The immediate screening has priority with ticket sales over advanced ticket sales; this allows proper timing for theater traffic to run smoothly.
Can I get day of show tickets at the box office?
Yes! On the day of the screening, tickets are for sale at all of the venues and online, subject to availability. The theater box offices open 1 hour before the first screening of the day and closes 30 minutes after the last screening. If day-of-show tickets are no longer available, you can always try the Rush Line!
Can I swap my tickets?
Unfortunately, no. Due to limited capacities at each theater, we can only honor the tickets you purchased.
Can I get a refund?
Unfortunately, no. We do not allow exchanges or refunds. All orders are final.
What if I lost my tickets?
Unfortunately, we cannot reprint tickets. The Festival is not responsible for lost, stolen, forgotten or damaged tickets.
What is a Member?
Members of the Miami Jewish Film Society are the generous folks who have made contributions to support the Miami Jewish Film Festival. Benefits of being a member are applicable during the Festival, and for year-round programs and sneak screenings.
Who gets to stand in the PREMIER PASS LINE? How can I join them?
Generally speaking, people who have made generous contributions to the festival: sponsors and members, as well as special festival guests: filmmakers and industry members, and Premier Badge holders. If you would like to join the line, we welcome you to learn more about becoming a member for next year!
Are all of your venues Wheelchair Accessible?
Yes, all of our venues are wheelchair accessible. The Festival is committed to accommodating audience members with disabilities. To receive assistance, please make yourself known to the Theater Manager. All screening venues and their bathrooms are wheelchair accessible.
The use of cameras, or of other recording equipment is strictly prohibited during any screening or program.
While waiting in line, please be considerate of our neighbors and local businesses, and be sure to not block their entrances.