TULSA, Okla. — The 6th annual Oklahoma Jewish Film Festival is kicking off this Sunday, November 10 at Circle Cinema.
They'll be showing the classic film, "Fiddler on the Roof", at 1 p.m. that showcases Jewish life in a small Russian village town in the early 1900s.
Circle Cinema will be showing eight films that observe and celebrate Jewish culture from Sunday until Thursday, November 14.
On Monday for Veteran's Day, they will continue their tradition in showing a free movie to the public. This year's film is "GI Jews," and it will be shown at 3:20 p.m.
The co-founder of the theater, Clark Wiens, and his daughter Kerry Wiens stopped by 2 Works for You studios to share more about the festival this year.
They say there will also be a film panel with special guests during the week.
For a complete list of the films and ticket prices, click here.
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