FIDDLERFEST

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Wilmington Jewish Film Festival is proud to bring the theater to your home with our special 36 hour viewing opportunity. 

Enjoy 3 movies online from Sunday, April 5 at 12:00 noon through Monday, April 6 at midnight (11:59 pm)

10% discount on yummy bagels from Beach Bagels
Beach Bagels has graciously provided a 10% discount for our FiddlerFest viewers during the 2-day film festival. PLEASE READ DETAILED INFORMATION HERE as 24 hours noticed needed for orders.

2 Days, 3 Great Films 

FIDDLER: A MIRACLE OF MIRACLES 
Documentary

When "Fiddler on the Roof" opened on Broadway in 1964, it explored themes of tradition, religion, and anti-Semitism against a modern backdrop of... 

THE FIDDLE
Animation

On a lonely slanted roof, a hunched figure plays the fiddle. His soulful music finds its way into the simple homes of the people of Anatevka. But this... 

FIDDLER ON THE ROOF
Historical Drama

Oscar-winning adaptation of the Broadway musical about life among the Jewish community of a pre-revolutionary Russian village...

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OUR MISSION

The Wilmington Jewish Film Festival has as its primary mission the presentation of films with Jewish content to advance and share common interests within the Jewish community and at the same time to share our heritage with the general public.


The festival seeks to offer quality entertainment that will create an ongoing vehicle for the Wilmington Jewish Community to strengthen its cultural foundation, promote diversity through higher visibility in the area and grow Wilmington’s reputation as a culturally vibrant Jewish community.

BONUS FILM

Available Now through Sunday, April 5th

ON THE MAP Documentary + LIVE WEB CHAT
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On the Map tells the against-all-odds story of Maccabi Tel Aviv’s 1977 win of the European Cup. Through the conduit of sports, this film presents a much broader story of Israel and the Jewish people during the Cold War.