The San Antonio Jewish Film Festival and the Austin Jewish Film Festival to co-present the 2024 Summer Series featuring five great new films to keep you entertained all summer long!

You may purchase tickets to individual films for $15 each (all fees included), or a summer pass to all five virtual movies for just $55 (all fees included). AJFF365 Subscribers get free access to all of these movies, plus all other AJFF365 events for a full twelve months. AJFF Supporters may use remaining supporter tickets for free access to these events.

To purchase individual film tickets, go to the film’s webpage by clicking the film in the table below.  Upon completion, you will get an order confirmation email and then when the film is available to watch, a separate virtual access email with a link to the film.

To buy a Summer Series Pass or an AJFF365 Subscription, use the links below:

AJFF365 subscribers and Summer Series Pass holders can go directly to our viewing portal to watch the films as they become available. You do NOT need individual tickets to each film.

The Summer Series begins May 27th and goes through September 15th with each film playing for several weeks. Once you begin watching a title, you will have 72 hours to complete your viewing. All films will play virtually only, and can be watched on a TV, computer, tablet, or phone.


May 27-June 23

  • Michael Winterbottom's 15 year passion project: a political thriller set in 1930s Tel Aviv which looks at the way political extremism and violence drives a wedge between people, forcing them to choose sides.

Israel Swings for Gold

June 16-July 14

  • In 2021, Israel’s baseball team competed in the Olympics for the first time. They learn quickly that representing Israel on the world stage is not just fun and games.


July 7-August 4

  • A young and recently married Orthodox man's dream to open a computer store in an ultra-Orthodox neighborhood in Jerusalem turns into a violent nightmare when the entire neighborhood sees him as an existential threat.

The Green Perfume

July 28-August 25

  • Amid a performance a comedian from the Comédie Française is murdered by poisoning right in front of a dumbfounded audience.
  • Also playing in-person in San Antonio on June 20th. Click on the SAJFF logo at the top of the page for more details.


August 18-September 15

  • A terrorist attack on a Jewish community centre in Argentina not only has tragic consequences for those affected, but also brings to light a family secret that had been swept under the carpet for 22 years. In her latest thriller, ultra-orthodox director Dina Perlstein skilfully combines secret service investigations with personal research, politics with family drama, and high tension with melodrama.
  • Also playing in-person in San Antonio on June 20th. Click on the SAJFF logo at the top of the page for more details.