Archive: 12th Annual NVJFF
12th Annual NoVA International Jewish Film Festival
March 18–27, 2012
The 12th Annual NoVA International Jewish Film Festival, presented by the Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia (JCCNV) presented 13 films over 10 days from all over the world including the United States, Israel, Europe and South America. The festival presented 35 showings during the festival, at Rave Fairfax Corner 14 in Fairfax, the Artisphere in Arlington and the closing night at the JCCNV.
- Ahead of Time - United States/2009/English/90 Minutes/Director: Robert Richman/Documentary. Awards: Miami, Denver and Palm Beach Film Festivals, Official selection: Toronto International Film Festival.
- Connected - United States/2011/ English/97 Minutes/Director: Tiffany Shain/Documentary.
- David - United States/2011/English/80 Minutes/Director: Joel Fendelman/Drama. Awards: Ecumenical Prize, Montreal World Film Festival, 2011 Audience Award, Brooklyn Film Festival, 2011.
- Dolphin Boy - Israel/2011/Arabic-French-Hebrew with English subtitles/72 Minutes/Director: Dani Menkin and Yonatan Nir/Documentary.
Ha Hov (The Debt) - Israel/2007/Hebrew with English subtitles/120 Minutes/Director: Assaf Bernstein/Thriller.
- Melting Away - Israel/2011/Hebrew with English subtitles/82 Minutes/Director: Doron Eran/Drama. Awards: Israel Film Festival, 2011, International LGBT Film Festival, 2011, Festival du Nouveau Cinema, Canada, 2011.
- My Australia - Israel/Poland/2011/English and Polish with English subtitles/100 Minutes/Director: Ami Drozd/Drama.
- Nicky’s Family - Czech Republic/2011/English/100 Minutes/Director: Matej Minae/Documentary. Awards: Best Documentary, Montreal World Film Festival, Special Award Jerusalem Film Festival.
- Remembrance - Germany and Poland/2011/ US/ English, German and Polish with English subtitles/105 Minutes/Director: Anna Justice/Romantic Drama. Awards: Audience Award, San Francisco Film Festival.
- Reuniting the Rubins - United Kingdom/2011/English/97 Minutes/Director: Yoav Factor/Comedy-Family-Drama.
- Suzie Gold - England/2004/English/94 Minutes/Director: Richard Cantor/Comedy.
- Trembling Before God - Israel/United States/2001/English/Hebrew/Yiddish/84 Minutes/Director: Sandi SimchaDubowski/Documentary. Award: Best Documentary, Berlin Film Festival.
- The Wave - German/2008/German with English subtitles/107 Minutes/Director: Dennis Gansel/Dramatic thriller. Awards: German, Melbourne Istanbul and Seattle Film Festivals.