WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — The Wilmington Jewish Film Festival is in the middle of their summer program and they have three films this year to show to the public.
The film festival started on August 10 with a documentary called Rock in the Red Zone.
The summer series is their mini festival running until the 24.
Barry Salwen, Jewish Wilmington Film Festival co-chair, is excited for the next movies they will be showing at the festival.
“We have the people against Fritz Bauer on Thursday, the 17 and then on the 24, the last of the series will be called Moos Se Dutch,” Salwen said. “It’s a comedy about a girl or young woman who is seeking a scene career and she flunks her first audition and she’s a very appealing character and it’s a very enjoyable film.”
The films will be shown at the Thalian Hall main stage on Thursday night at 7 p.m.
Tickets are still on sale.