As much a labor of love as a mission, The Donald M. Ephraim Palm Beach Jewish Film Festival strives to bring the finest examples of cinema from around the world to South Florida. The chosen films are as diverse as the community. Some focus on Jewish issues, others spotlight Jewish achievement and valor; still others document Jewish culture, arts and history. Founded in 1990, the festival continues to grow and evolve as they continue to expand the selection of films. Join the festival on opening day, January 20 to watch Papa as it makes its Southeast United States premiere. Theaters hosting the run of the festival include the AMC CityPlace 20, Cinemark 14 Boynton Beach, Cinepolis Jupiter and the Cobb Theatres in Palm Beach Gardens. For information on the screening schedule, ticket prices and more, visit palmbeachjewishfilm.org.