The 7th Annual New Hampshire Jewish Film Festival kicked off last week and Concord is one of six N.H. cities showing films.
The NHJFF includes entries from the USA, Israel, Argentina, France, Germany, Greece, Uruguay and Venezuela.
On March 26 and 29, Magic Men, will make its N.H. debut at Red River Theatres.
Kidon will be shown March 28 at Red River Theatres.
Jon Imber’s Left Hand’s Slave is coming to Red River on March 29 and will include a post film Q & A with Director Richard Kane and Imber’s caregiver, Ron Hoffman.
God’s Slave makes its N.H. premiere on March 29 at Red River Theatres.
The closing film of the festival, Deli Man, will be shown March 29 at Red River. The film will be followed by a “delicious nosh” with light deli-themed fare.
Admission is $10 for each of the festival’s movies, except for the final film, which costs $12.50 and includes admission to the festival wrap party.
For more information on tickets, venues and screening times, visit Jewishnh.org, brownpapertickets.com/profile/833384 or call 627-7679.