As part of the 12th Annual Louisville Jewish Film Festival, February 13-21, the Jewish Community Center presents “Blessed is the Match,” the story of Hannah Senesh, a Hungarian writer who parachuted into Germany with a group of Israeli resistance fighters. This English language film is compiled from her diary and letters, and includes reenactment and contemporary footage. Tickets are $18 and include access to the Frazier Museum’s temporary exhibit, WWII: 48 Local Stories That Changed the World. Gallery access begins at 5:30 p.m. and the screening is at 7 p.m. Dessert and coffee follow the film. Go to www.jccoflouisville.org for more information.