Pensacola Jewish Federation's Film Festival --
I made this spiffy little logo years ago when I made my first steps as a filmmaker here in Pensacola. I'd become good friends with Rabbi David Ostrich (click here for more on that). While loitering around the temple, I got to know Marge Wein of the PJFFF (or "pfff!" as she sometimes called it).
To me, the icon is as American as the Statue of Liberty. There's a hundred years of American history in it, Hollywood's history, which almost entirely a Jewish industry. In an instant, the film-dradle icon symbolizes the ideal way (and sometimes harshly truthful way) American sees herself. If you click on it, it'll take you to the PJFed. I don't think they've been showcasing a lot of films recently, but contact them anyway!
Nota bene: The entire "Pensacola Jewish Federation FIlm Festival" might be trade-marked, but it is not trade-makred by me; the film-dradle, however, is trade-marked by me. And one day I'm going to learn how to animate the dradle so it spins while showing different scenes from great Jewish films. Can you tell I grew up watching a lot of HBO in the 80s?