Upcoming Events & Screenings
Atlanta Jewish Film Festival – 2021 Audience Award Best Short Film.
Ann Arbor Jewish Film Festival – 2021 Best Documentary Short Film
The Telly Award – Silver – Biography (2021)
The Telly Award – Silver – Use of Music (2021)
The Telly Award – Bronze – Religion/Spirituality (2021)
We are excited to share that Space Torah was selected for 20 film festivals (so far) in seven countries.
Joyce Forum Jewish Short Film Festival, San Diego, CA.(October 1-3, 2021), San Francisco Jewish Film Festival (July 2021),Toronto Jewish Film Festival (July, 2021), J x J , Washington State (June), Space Faring Civilisation Film Festival (Australia), Tokyo Lift-Off Film Festival (Japan, June 2021), Tsiolkovsky Space Fest, (Russia, April 2021), Flint Jewish Film Festival (May 2021), Boca Raton Jewish Film Festival (May 2021), Atlanta Jewish Film Festival (March 2021) Istanbul Film Award (Turkey, 2021), New Jersey Jewish Film Festival (March 2021), Spokane Jewish Film Festival (March 2021), Miami Jewish Film Festival ( April 2021) Ann Arbor Jewish Film Festival (June 1st-4th, 2021), Baltimore Jewish Film Festival in collaboration with the Jewish Museum of Maryland (Feb 2021), International Cultural Artifact Film Festival (India 2021), Berkshire Jewish Film Festival (2020) Big Apple Film Festival (New York, Fall 2020), Documentary Film Festival (LA and Toronto, Summer 2020)
Communal Educational Screenings
We are now booking screenings for communities, schools and organizations from around the country and the world. If you would like to show our film and or add a program with Rachel Raz, please be in touch with us by sending an email to Rachel Raz, Executive Producer and Educator, email@example.com.
Check out a partial list of past events:
Temple Emunah (Lexington, MA), Temple Emanuel (Newton, MA), Balticon 55 (Baltimore, MD), Shaarai Shomayin (Lancester, PA), Temple Beth David (Westwood, MA), Temple Beth Abraham (NY), Umass Amherst Hillel (Amherst, MA), The Lappin Foundation(MA), Out of the Box (Israel/Italy/Panama/USA/Turkey), Milton Gottesman Jewish Day School of the Nation’s Capital (Washington, DC), Arizona Jewish Historical (AZ); Haddasa (Concord Chapter, MA).
Torah in Orbit: Jewish Journeys in Space
Join Astronaut Jeff Hoffman and Executive Producer Rachel Raz in Hollywood Florida, Friday, December 6th, 2019 at the Israeli-American Council Summit (IAC)
What does it mean to be a Jew in the “Space Age”? How do we stay connected to Judaism when we’re “off-world”? Astronaut Dr. Jeffrey Hoffman has thought about these questions and more. As the first Jewish-American man in space he took a Torah made for travelers with him onto the Columbia space shuttle. Join educator Rachel Raz and IAC Eitanim student Tal Keshet in a conversation with Dr. Hoffman, discussing how to adapt Jewish rituals for leaving Earth, how Jews have traditionally dealt with religion on the road, and where the Jewish journey may take us next.