Abram F. Joffe
Joffe (Joffé, Иоффе, Ioffe, Yoffe) is a is a Hebrew-language surname, a variant of Jaffe. Notable people with this surname include:
Josef Joffe (born March 15, 1944) is publisher-editor of Die Zeit, a weekly German newspaper. His second career has been in academia. Appointed Senior Fellow of Stanford's Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies in 2007 (a faculty position), he is also the Marc and Anita Abramowitz Fellow in International Relations at the Hoover Institution and a courtesy professor of political science at Stanford University. Since 1999, he has been an associate of the Olin Institute for Strategic Studies at Harvard University.
Charles H. Joffe
Charles H. Joffe (July 16, 1929 – July 9, 2008) was an American film producer and comedy talent manager. He is most well known as being, in partnership with Jack Rollins, the producer or executive producer of the majority of the films directed by Woody Allen. Joffe won the 1977 Academy Award for Best Picture as producer of Allen's Annie Hall .
Joel Joffe, Baron Joffe
Joel Goodman Joffe, Baron Joffe, CBE (12 May 1932 – 18 June 2017) was a South African-born British lawyer and Labour peer in the House of Lords.
Jasper Joffe (born 1975) is a British contemporary artist and novelist who lives and works in London.
Carol Joffe is an American set decorator. She was nominated for two Academy Awards in the category Best Art Direction for the films Hannah and Her Sisters and Radio Days . She was married to film producer Charles H. Joffe.
Mark Joffe is one of Australia's leading film and television directors, having directed six feature films to critical acclaim and commercial success and over one hundred and twenty hours of quality television drama. Mark's features include The Man Who Sued God (starring Billy Connolly and Judy Davis ); the critically acclaimed and commercially successful Cosi (starring Toni Collette, Rachel Griffiths, Ben Mendelsohn, David Wenham and Jacki Weaver ) and the multi-award-winning Spotswood (starring Anthony Hopkins and Toni Collette, in her first role) both for Miramax; and for Working Title, The Matchmaker (starring Janeane Garofalo ). The Man Who Sued God was an international hit achieved No.1 over consecutive weeks and grossed over $8.5 million at the Australian box office. Mark directed the feature film Grievous Bodily Harm (earning Best Film and Best Director nominations at the Australian Film Industry (AFI) Awards); and the children's short feature Boy Soldiers which was nominated for an International Emmy and won the Liv Ullmann Peace Prize, Chicago Children's Film Festival.
Abraham Z. Joffe
Abraham Z. Joffe (1909–2000) was Professor of Mycology and Mycotoxicology at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem. Joffe's professional interests were centered primarily in toxigenic fungi associated with production of mycotoxins (aflatoxins, trichothecenes, and other toxins ); ecology and environmental factors favoring formation and distribution of Fusarium mycotoxins in cereal grains, feeds and foods; and phytotoxic action of Fusarium strains, and their toxicity in animals and humans.
Alexander H. Joffe
Alexander H. Joffe (born 1959) Alex Joffe is an archaeologist and historian of the Near East.