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San Francisco Jewish Film Festival
Location
San Francisco, CA
Mission
The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival (SFJFF) is the world’s first and largest Jewish film festival. SFJFF’s signature summer festival, year-round screenings, youth mentorship program (New Jewish Filmmaking Project), publications and online resources have made SFJFF a recognized leader in the use of media arts to foster cross-cultural understanding. MISSION STATEMENT The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival promotes awareness, appreciation and pride in the diversity of the Jewish people through the connecting force of independent film and media. Festival programs are meant to create community and strengthen consciousness of Jewish identity, history and culture; provide a dynamic and inclusive forum for exploration of and dialogue about the Jewish experience; and encourage independent filmmakers working with Jewish themes.
Space Use Assessment
Project summary
SF Jewish Film Festival owns and occupies 145 Ninth St. with three other film related organizations, known as The Ninth St. Media Consortium. The JFF's office space on the second floor is occupied for seven months of the year by seven year round employees. From April thru August, the space must be expanded to include seven to ten additional seasonal employees. And we're growing. We've begun a strategic plan which will create a road map for growth. We could really use some professional design help assessing our current space and other space that might be available to us in this building to create a design that uses our space more efficiently and has modular expansion elements to accommodate festival staff.
Design services needed
Facilities Needs Assessment
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