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Hello I Must Be Going


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A big hit at the Sundance Film Festival and starring Blythe Danner as an over-bearing Jewish mother of nightmares, Hello I Must Be Going is a touching, hilarious story of a 30-year-old divorcee returning to her parents’ home in an attempt to rebuild her life.

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20-26 July, JW3

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The Dove Flyer

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Nissim Dayan’s film – based on the blockbuster novel of the same name – recalls a lost and treasured time, when almost 130,000 Jews lived in Iraq, using the almost-extinct language of Jewish Iraqis – Judeo/Arabic.

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27-30 July, JW3

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“Asif Kapadia’s Amy Winehouse film is a tragic masterpiece”, The Guardian

★★★★★ – The Guardian

The highest ever box office success for a homegrown non-fiction film,  Amy is the unmissable story of musical icon Amy Winehouse, told by award-winning director Asif Kapadia (Senna).  Kapadia weaves a heartbreakingly tender and immersive portrait of Amy the child, girl and young woman, using family home videos, personal studio footage, and interviews with friends, family, colleagues and lovers. The result is unforgettable.

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2-13 August, JW3

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She’s Funny that Way

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A kaleidoscopic tour-de-force, featuring outrageously funny performances from Hollywood A-listers Jennifer Aniston, Owen Wilson and Imogen Poots. Directed by New York legend Peter Bogdanovich and premiering at Venice Film Festival, the film tells the story of a theatre production gone wrong, when a successful Broadway director (Wilson) casts his call girl (Poots) to star alongside his own wife (Kathryn Hahn). Secret crushes and hidden affairs erupt, as parallel narratives cross and get entangled to a delightfully entertaining effect. Featuring wonderful cameos from Rhys Ifans and Cybill Shepherd.

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14-22 August, JW3

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In his 50th and last film, veteran filmmaker, Albert Maysles, pays a wry tribute to Iris Apfel, a quick-witted, highly original 93-year-old New York style icon. She is also a cover girl!

Iris is a supreme example of ageing outrageously, with her own unique taste and following. Born in 1921, she learned about style by working in fashion, illustration and textile design. She likens her fashion sense to jazz as she also draws on her talent for improvisation.

This is a film about creativity and how, even at Iris’ age, a soaring spirit continues to inspire.

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14-31 August, JW3

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The Cobbler


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“The strange sense of unreality and wall-to-wall klezmer-inspired score give it the feel of some long-lost Yiddish fairy tale.” Variety

Max Simkin (Adam Sandler) repairs shoes in the same New York shop that has been in his family for generations. Disenchanted with the grind of daily life, Max stumbles upon an heirloom that allows him to step into the lives of his customers and see the world in a new way. Directed by Tom McCarthy (The Station Agent), and starring Adam Sandler, Dustin Hoffman and Steve Buscemi, this supernatural parable has charm, beauty, and a gorgeous klezmer-infused score.

23-31 August, JW3


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Free Short Films

Don’t Tell Santa You’re Jewish


A little girl sits on Santa’s knee, waiting for her present. Only trouble is, she’s got to remember NOT to tell him she’s Jewish. This brightly animated short addresses the anxiety of not fitting in.

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Children of the Sun

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Best Documentary – Israeli Academy Awards, 2008

An intimate portrait of the children who were part of Israel’s first kibbutzim. This moving and unconventional documentary is a fascinating collage of archival materials, including home movies, children’s songs and old recordings that brings to life the kibbutz experiment in collective living.

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Here I Learned How to Love

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Two brothers, three mothers, a saga during the Second World War, shrouded in fog for almost six decades.  Here I Learned How To Love follows the unique emotional narrative of a voyage tracing the roots of a shadowy past, unclear and confusing even to those involved.

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Lea and Daria

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A film that takes you back to the magical world of 1940s theatre, musicals and dance. But what happens to two child stars when the music stops and the Nazis arrive?

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