The 36th annual San Francisco Jewish Film Festival will take place this summer, showcasing films from American and international filmmakers about the diversity and vitality of Jewish culture. This festival is the first and most prestigious Jewish film festival in the world. The event hosts three weeks of world-class programming and contemporary film and media from some of the world’s greatest festivals. This year opens with Daniel Burman’s The Tenth Man, followed up an Opening Night Bash at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, and closes with Adam Nimoy’s For the Love of Spock, followed by a Closing Night reception on the Castro mezzanine. The rest of the lineup features 68 films from 15 countries. Check out the full festival guide here, and purchase tickets here.