Find religion onscreen with ‘Disobedience,’ Screening the Buddha and the Washington Jewish Film Festival

Washington Jewish Film Festival

Documentaries, shorts, features and special events fill the lineup for the Washington Jewish Film Festival. This year, themes include female filmmakers, LGBT-centered films and classic films, including some that have been newly restored. Special events include a screening and an afternoon-long discussion on the lives of Arab citizens of Israel on Sunday, director Q&As, panel talks and, on Saturday, a screening of 2017 tragicomedy “Tevye’s Daughters” followed by a happy hour.
Various locations; through May 13, various times, $13.50-$35 per screening, passes: $40-$275; go to wjff.org for details.