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Becoming a Film Fest Patron is a great way for individuals and families to experience the Lenore Marwil Detroit Jewish Film Festival. Each level offers different benefits and access, but they all include a festival pass that keeps you at the center of the action.

All festival passes include access to the Premium Streaming Service on our website and smart TV app and exclusive content, not available to the public. 

Becoming a Film Festival patron makes you eligible to “add on” a Book Fair patron package for half its usual cost. You’ll receive full patron benefits for each festival, based on the levels you choose and help support the work of the Cultural Arts department.

  • Access for three households to all films
  • Option to be listed as “sponsor” of eight specific films (depending on availability).
  • Recognition for up to three people or a family as “Producer” on the Film Festival website
  • Five additional tickets (good for one film each) to share with a friend
  • Listing as sponsor of two Q&A or Talkback live virtual event (depending on availability)
  • Listing as “Major Sponsor” on the Film Festival home page
  • Invitation to participate in a video for the Film Festival website.

  • Access for two households to all films
  • Option to be listed as “sponsor” of three specific films (depending on availability).
  • Listing as sponsor of one Q&A or Talkback live virtual event (depending on availability)
  • Recognition for up to three people or a family as “Director” on the Film Festival website
  • Four additional tickets (good for one film each) to share with a friend
  • Invitation to participate in a video for the Film Festival website.

  • Access for two households to all films
  • Option to be listed as “sponsor” of a specific film (depending on availability)
  • Recognition for up to three people or a family as “Casting Director” on the Film Festival website
  • Two additional tickets (good for one film each) to share with a friend
  • Invitation to participate in a video for the Film Festival website.

  • Access for three viewers in one household to all films
  • Recognition for up to three people or a family as “Screenwriter” on the Film Festival website
  • One additional ticket (good for one film) to share with a friend
  • Option to be listed as “Co-sponsor” of a specific film

  • Access for two viewers in one household to all films
  • Recognition for two people as “Festival Supporter” on the Film Festival website
  • One additional film access code (good for one film) to share with a friend

  • Access for one viewer to all films
  • Recognition for one person as “Festival Supporter” on the Film Festival website

Check Out Exclusive Content Just for Patrons

Poster for the film "Those Who Remained" with the text "Patron Exclusive," for the 2021 Lenore Marwil Detroit Jewish Film Festival

Those Who Remained

Available May 2-8
83 minutes | Holocaust, Historical Drama | Barnabas Toth | Hungary | Hungarian with English subtitles | 2019

A lyrical story of the healing power of love in the midst of a national conflict, loss and trauma, Those Who Remained reveals the healing process of Holocause survivors through the eyes of a young girl in post-World War II Hungary.

Poster for the film "Thou Shalt Not Hate" with the text "Patron Exclusive," for the 2021 Lenore Marwil Detroit Jewish Film Festival

Thou Shalt Not Hate

Available May 2-8
96 minutes | Drama | Mauro Mancini | Italy, Poland | Italian with English subtitles | 2020

The son of a Holocaust survivor who lives in Trieste as a surgeon begins to doubt his actions of refusing to help a victim of a traffic accident that he encountered on his way home from work.

Poster for the film "Six Minutes to Midnight" with the text "Patron Exclusive," for the 2021 Lenore Marwil Detroit Jewish Film Festival

Six Minutes to Midnight

Available May 16-22
99 minutes | Drama, Holocaust, Family | Andy Goddard | United Kingdom | English | 2020

During the summer of 1939, influential families in Nazi Germany sent their daughters to a finishing school in an English seaside town. Their aim was to learn English and be ambassadors for a future-focused National Socialist Germany. When the body of a former teacher is discovered, it triggers a sequence of deadly events. Judi Dench stars as the headmistress in this drama based on true events.

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