The 22nd Washington Jewish Film Festival offers 11 days of 47 new and award-winning films from around the world exploring the modern-day diversity of the Jewish faith and culture. One program offers two films with specific appeal to the LGBT community: Tomer Heymann’s I Shot My Love focuses on the love that blossoms between a male Israeli film director, a descendant of a Holocaust survivor, and a male German dancer, and Lisa Geduldig’s Esther and Me, about a friendship that develops between two women comedians of different generations. I Shot My Love and Esther and Me screen Wednesday, Dec. 7, at 8:30 p.m. The Aaron & Cecile Goldman Theater, Washington, D.C.'s Jewish Community Center, 1529 16th St. NW. Tickets are $11. Call 202-518-9400 or click here.
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