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Join Us in Welcoming a New Co-Director, Jamie Brook!

We are proud to announce that Jamie Brook has agreed to serve as one of the volunteer co-directors of the Nashville Jewish Film Festival. Jamie joins Laurie Eskind, Jackie Roth Karr, Cindy Moskovitz, and Loretta Saff long time co-directors. You will recognize Jamie from when she introduced The History of Love at the 2017 festival and for her work chairing the NJFF Advisory Committee for the last two years.

Jamie grew up in Nashville and left to pursue degrees in Therapeutic Recreation and OccupationalTherapy. Since returning home in 2009 with her husband, Jeremy, who is an entertainment attorney, Jamie has worked in pediatric rehabilitation clinics and now owns a private occupational therapy practice working with children. She has served on The Temple Ohabai Sholom Board of Trustees, as chair of the Temple Preschool Advisory Committee, as a mother representative on the Best Fed Beginnings committee at St Thomas Midtown hospital, and as Secretary and President of the National Council of Jewish Women, Nashville Section. Jamie has been a screener for the NJFF and has served as chair of the advisory committee for the NJFF. Jamie and Jeremy have two daughters, Anna and Cece, and are expecting their third child in January 2018.

Fiddler On the Roof at the Belcourt on Christmas Day | Dec. 25 at 3pm

FIDDLER ON THE ROOF                                                                                                                                                                        Dir. Norman Jewison | USA | 1971| 181 min. + 10 min. intermission
Filled with unforgettable characters, irresistible hits, and stunning set pieces, Norman Jewison’s adaptation of the hit Broadway musical won three Academy Awards (including one for then-unknown conductor John Williams), two Golden Globes (Best Picture and Best Actor), and a million hearts. Set in a Ukrainian village in 1905, the film follows Tevye the milkman as he musically deals with poverty, the prejudice of non-Jews, and the romantic entanglements of his five daughters.


Couldn’t Get Into Our SOLD OUT Screening of the Hedy Lamarr Doc?
Well, You’re in Luck, the Belcourt is Bringing it Back!

Dir. Alexandra Dean |USA |2017 |90 min.
Friday, Dec. 29 – Showtimes pending

“Bombshell becomes not just a stupendous tribute to Lamarr, but also a tribute to every brilliant woman ignored.” – Kristy Puchko, Nerdist

“A thoroughly engaging, eye-opening showbiz doc.” – John DeFore, Hollywood Reporter