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Posted: Thursday, February 14, 2013 11:00 am

When the Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival kicks off this Sunday, it will be the first time it does so with funding from the annual Campaign for Jewish Needs. The festival is one of seven programs funded through the Jewish Community Association’s 2013 “outreach” allocations, which total $110,000. 

“It gives us an opportunity to support a cultural event in the community,” said Lisa Kaplan, the association’s director of planning and organization relations, adding that the Outreach Council, which recommended the allocations to the association board, would like to see more cultural events in the local Jewish community. 

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