The Jewish Film Festival is an annual event celebrating film and the impact and influence which Jewish culture has played on current movies and film makers of today. The festival is held over five to six days during the summer in conjunction with the Landmark Plaza Frontenac Cinema, at the intersection of Lindbergh and Clayton Road. The St. Louis Film Festival will be celebrating its 16th year in 2011 and has drawn sold-out shows over the past several years. In general three to five movies are shown per day with subjects ranging from family, the Holocaust, Jewish people living around the globe and much more. There is something to see for everyone during the festival. So grab your popcorn and we'll save a seat for you at the movies!