UKJF at Reel Borehamwood

Cloudy Sunday

A recent box office hit and award-winner in Greece, this is a powerful and beautifully rendered telling of war-time romance in Thessaloniki between a Jewish girl and a young resistance fighter. Set against the backdrop of German-occupation, one of them has to make a final and painful decision. Cloudy Sunday is a compelling drama about love, and about the evil and brutality of war.

22 – 26 Feb, Reel Borehamwood

 

UKJF at JW3

Through the Wall

From the director of the critically acclaimed Israeli hit ‘Fill the Void’, Rama Burshtein, comes her second feature film ‘The Wedding Date’. A stunning romantic comedy set in Tel Aviv’s Hassidic community.

26 Feb -2 March, JW3

UKJF at JW3

The Origin of Violence

A gripping and stylish thriller, full of unexpected twists and turns, which explores grand themes of love, betrayal and revenge. During a school trip to Germany, a young Catholic teacher stumbles upon a picture of a Jewish prisoner in Buchenwald who bears a striking resemblance to his own father.

5 – 9 March, JW3

UKJF at JW3

Who’s Gonna Love Me Now?

Showing as part of GayW3 at JW3, we are thrilled to bring back the winner of the Audience Choice Award at UKIJFF 2016

UKJF at JW3

Denial

Written by feted playwright David Hare and starring Rachel Weisz and Timothy Spall, Denial is a gripping drama about the memory of the Holocaust and its victims. Accused of libel after declaring British historian David Irving is a Holocaust denier, American professor Deborah E. Lipstadt is required to prove not only her innocence but also that the Holocaust in fact happened. One of the most anticipated films of 2017.

12 – 16 March, JW3

UKJF in Glasgow

Keep Quiet

Keep Quiet is the remarkable story of Hungarian politician Csanád Szegedi, who – as a vocal antisemite and Holocaust denier – came up through the ranks to become vice-President of Jobbik, Hungary’s far-right party. When he discovers that he is in fact Jewish and that his beloved grandmother survived Auschwitz, he goes on an astonishing journey.

12 March, CCA Glasgow

UKF at JW3

The Second Time Around

An audience favourite during the UK International Jewish Film Festival, about a widow who finds love with a man at a retirement residence.

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