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Foxtrot (112 mins)

17
Nov

Comedy/Drama

Picturehouse Central

Winner of the Silver Lion at the 2017 Venice Film Festival, Foxtrot is one of the most talked-about Israeli films of recent years. Following from director Samuel Maoz’s award-winning debut feature Lebanon (2009), Foxtrot also explores the devastating effects of the conflict and Israel’s politica...

Goodbye, Columbus (101 mins)

17
Nov

Drama

JW3

Ali MacGraw (Love Story) and Richard Benjamin (Portnoy’s Complaint) make their film debuts in this sharp adaption of Philip Roth’s novella. Neil, a poor librarian, meets Brenda, a spoilt Jewish princess, and they fall in love. But will passion alone help them overcome her parents’ opposition a...

Itzhak (82 mins)

17
Nov

Documentary

Phoenix Cinema

At the tender age of 13, Israeli boy Itzhak Perlman appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show, where he amazed his host and millions of people at home with his virtuosic violin performance. Since then he’s become one of the world’s best known, and loved, musicians. This documentary follows Perlman, now 7...

Memoir of War (127 mins)

17
Nov

Drama

Cine Lumiere

In Emmanuel Finkiel’s haunting adaptation of Marguerite Duras’s semi-autobiographical novel, The War: A Memoir, the famed author (Mélanie Thierry) recounts an emotionally complex story of love, loss, and perseverance against a backdrop of wartime intrigue. It’s 1944 Nazi-occupied France, a...

The Prince and the Dybbuk (82 mins)

17
Nov

Documentary

Phoenix Cinema

As a Hollywood producer, Polish-born Michal Waszynski excelled in creating magical worlds and characters. His biggest creation, however, was his own persona: born into a poor Jewish family he changed his name and religion in order to be accepted into Italian society’s upper echelons. Winner of the...

The Waldheim Waltz (94 mins)

17
Nov

Documentary

Regent Street Cinema

Shocking allegations about his Nazi past did not prevent Kurt Waldheim, former UN Secretary General, from comfortably winning the 1986 Austrian presidential elections. Director Ruth Beckermann brings together private and public film footage from the 70s and 80s, which provides a disturbing explorati...

Three Identical Strangers (96 mins)

17
Nov

Documentary

Regent Street Cinema

Raised by their respective adoptive families within a hundred-mile radius of each other, triplet siblings Robert Shafran, Eddy Galland and David Kellman were oblivious to the fact each had two identical brothers until a chance meeting brought them together, aged 19, for the first time since birth. T...

93Queen (86 mins)

18
Nov

Documentary

Phoenix Cinema

They are fully frum and would never think of calling themselves feminists, but this group of Jewish Orthodox women from Borough Park, Brooklyn, are bona fide social reformers. Going against conservative rabbis and a conflicted community, the team, headed by the spirited Rachel “Ruchie” Freier, h...

Life Stories Shorts Programme (82 mins)

18
Nov

Shorts

JW3

Four remarkable individuals share their inspiring life experiences with us. Films screening at this event The Terrorist Hunter (director Ann Shin) As the director of SITE (Search for International Terrorist Entities), Israeli Rita Katz is a rare female fighter in America’s War on Terror. Bo...

Portnoy's Complaint (101 mins)

18
Nov

Drama

JW3

A nagging mother, constipated father, good old Jewish neuroticism and insatiable libido make the life of 33-year-old Alexander Portnoy a living hell. Would a chance encounter with a dreamy shiksa called The Monkey bring him salvation or lead him to total destruction? Based on Philip Roth’s controv...