You've got a wide array of movies to choose from, including movies about Jewish boxers and documentaries from Israel -- but also, the always-fun film festival staples of romantic movies set in Paris and plaintive movies about family drama.

What seems especially notable: , the "farcical revenge fantasy" about a Jewish acting teacher freed from a concentration camp to help Adolf Hitler write a speech; eight episodes of the acclaimed Israeli TV drama A Touch Away, screening at the Jewish Community Center; and, if you missed it at Frameline, a rescreening of the well-received/controversial gay love story between an Israeli and a Palestinian, The Bubble.

SFist'll be on the scene, reporting back from the movies and the theaters -- so check back here once the film fest begins!

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