‘My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding’ is the ultimate celebration of all things Jewish—and all things American!

The ultimate celebration.

A family-style ceremony with Jewish guests, all dressed in a traditional Jewish wedding dress and a kippah.

Guests include a rabbi, a rabbi’s son, a groom’s mother, and a rabbi and his wife.

This is the wedding of the century!

(Photo: Jana Gershenfeld for New York magazine)The New York Jewish Film Festival (NYJBFF) will screen the film on the NYRB stage in 2019.

The documentary features interviews with Jewish people in their own words about the event and its importance to them, including some who didn’t attend.

The documentary also focuses on the role of the Jewish community in the celebration.

The celebration of this event was the first of its kind, it was the moment when it was celebrated in the public eye and it was a big deal.””

The celebration of Jewishness is not something that is relegated to the margins of the culture, it’s a part of the fabric of our culture.

The celebration of this event was the first of its kind, it was the moment when it was celebrated in the public eye and it was a big deal.”

The film is being produced by the NYJBFF.