After 26 years, Nicola Galliner, who founded the Jewish Film Festival in Berlin in 1995 and subsequently not only expanded the festival area to include the whole of Berlin and Potsdam, but also made it blossom into the largest Jewish film festival in Germany under her leadership, has left her project in good hands.
With the upcoming 27th edition, the JFBB UG of Doreen Goethe and Andreas Stein is organising the JFBB with a new team, but in the best tradition.
At the heart of the JFBB, a five-member programme collective will take care of the programme, which will be shown from 12 to 22 August 2021 at various locations in the capital Berlin and the Brandenburg state capital Potsdam.
Festival centres will be the Filmmuseum Potsdam and the Delphi Lux in Berlin.
Read more about the history and plans for the JFBB in our ABOUT JFBB.