The Jewish Community Center (JCC) in Indianapolis is renowned for its film screenings, which present diverse perspectives and inspire ongoing dialogue. To ensure the safety of staff and guests, the JCC has implemented a number of policies that are strictly enforced. Theater staff will be on-site to oversee all screenings and ensure compliance. Guests are encouraged to report any inappropriate behavior to staff.
The JCC collaborates with organizations such as Heartland Films and WFYI to release or screen films related to the Jewish experience. The Austin Jewish Film Festival (AJFF) is committed to providing an inclusive environment for all voices, and reserves the right to revoke badges, passes, tickets, and festival privileges without notice or refund if any threatening, discriminatory, or disrespectful behavior is observed. To ensure a pleasant experience for all guests, attendees are encouraged to arrive approximately one hour before the start time of the screening and contact a staff member at the Festival headquarters. The mission of the Jewish Film Institute is to promote bold films and filmmakers that expand and evolve Jewish history for audiences around the world.
For more than 50 years, Film at Lincoln Center has been dedicated to supporting art, elevating the art of film, and enriching film culture. At the JCC in Indianapolis, we understand that attending a film festival can be an exciting but also intimidating experience. That's why we have taken extra steps to ensure that our guests have a safe and enjoyable time. Our theater staff will be on-site to monitor all screenings and enforce our safety protocols.
We also encourage our guests to report any inappropriate behavior they may witness. We are proud to collaborate with organizations such as Heartland Films and WFYI to bring films related to the Jewish experience to our festival. To make sure that everyone has a great time at our festival, we recommend that attendees arrive at least one hour before the start time of their screening. This will give them plenty of time to find their seats and get settled in before the movie starts.
Additionally, they can contact a staff member at the Festival headquarters if they have any questions or concerns. The Jewish Film Institute is dedicated to promoting bold films and filmmakers that expand and evolve Jewish history for audiences around the world. Similarly, Film at Lincoln Center has been devoted to supporting art, elevating the art of film, and enriching film culture for more than 50 years. At the JCC in Indianapolis, we strive to create an environment where everyone can feel safe and comfortable while enjoying our film screenings.
We hope that our guests will take advantage of our safety protocols so that they can have an enjoyable experience at our festival.