EntryPointDC at JxJ

Presented by the Edlavitch DCJCC, JxJ is a new multidisciplinary arts festival that encompasses the Washington Jewish Film Festival and Washington Jewish Music Festival alongside cutting edge hybrid arts programming – all presented as one massive three-week experience taking over the greater Washington region.

Get a discount on tickets for the following programs and enjoy mingling with others in their 20s and 30s. Use the code EPDCJXJ and choose the “star” ticket to sit with our group. Limited number of tickets available!

All addresses and event info will be sent to those who register with our group using the discount code.
Questions? Only one ticket left, but need two? Email Stacy at stacym@edcjcc.org.

EPDC Picks

Back to Maracanã
Thursday, May 9 | E Street Cinema
6:45 PM | Happy hour at Dirty Habit
8:15 PM | Film at E Street Cinema
When soccer fanatic Roberto’s ex-wife heads to Rio on business trip—unexpectedly saddling him with childcare duties during the World Cup—he packs up his son and septuagenarian father for a voyage of their own.

Book of J
Thursday, May 9 | City Winery
7:00 PM | Happy hour
8:00 PM | Concert
Jewlia Eisenberg and Jeremiah Lockwood draw on a wide range of inspiration for a sound the BBC describes as “a wonder of American roots music, taking listeners from Yiddish laments to labor anthems.”

Saturday, May 11 | GWU BlackBox Theatre
7:00 PM | Happy hour
8:00 PM | Comedy show
Join Eli Batalion and Jamie Elman, creators and stars of the award-winning Yiddish-ish web series YidLife Crisis, for an evening of comedy, film, and music reflecting their unique take on the modern Jewish experience.

Chewdaism (Featured Partner Event)
Sunday, May 12 | E Street Cinema | Call Your Mother Deli breakfast-for-dinner, screening, and filmmaker Q&A
5:15 PM | Dinner at Apartments at City Center
6:45 PM | Film at E Street Cinema
Eat your way through Montreal and learn about the city’s storied Jewish history with Eli Batalion and Jamie Elman, the comedic duo behind the Yiddish webseries YidLife Crisis. Register for dinner here.

King Bibi
Tuesday, May 14 | E Street Cinema
Pre-screening happy hour Canceled
6:15 PM | Film at E Street Cinema
Follow the arc of Benjamin Netanyahu from Israel’s great political hope to a controversial and divisive figure – then stay for a discussion with filmmaker Dan Shadur.

Tuesday, May 14 | E Street Cinema
Pre-screening happy hour Canceled
8:30 PM Film at E Street Cinema

Torn between her conservative family and her love for a non-Jewish man, a young woman from Mexico City begins to discover the world outside her tight-knit community.