UKJF at JW3

Atlit

“A breezy, engaging comedy drama about a vacation home haunted by memories” Hollywood Reporter

UK Premiere – Glorious, uplifting movie about three sisters whose return to their childhood home in Israel forces each of them to confront their choices in love, life and land. Exceptional performances from top Israeli and French actors Yaël Abecassis, Géraldine Nakache and Judith Chemla.

10-18 Feb, JW3

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Summer Solstice

Winner, Best Screenplay, Montreal World Film Festival 2015

“A nuanced and compelling historical drama/coming-of-ager, Summer Solstice provides a searing portrait of provincial Poland under German occupation” Variety

Love, friendship, and fate collide as a simple Polish country boy, the daughter of a local farmer, a young German soldier, and a Jewish girl from Warsaw, each forfeit their innocence for love.

18-25 February, JW3

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Remember

“Last night brought another 10-minute standing ovation to the Venice Film Festival, accompanying the screening of Atom Egoyan’s Remember” Deadline Magazine

Nominated, Best Picture, Best Actor (Christopher Plummer), Canadian Screen Awards 2016

Academy Award winner, Christopher Plummer, stars in this breathtaking thriller from celebrated director, Atom Egoyan, about a man tracking down the guard who murdered his family seven decades earlier.

28 February – 3 March, JW3

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UKJF Education

Lights, Chutzpah, Action!

Lights, Chutzpah, Action! is UK Jewish Film’s exciting film-based, education project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, led by young volunteers from the Noam Masorti Youth movement.

The project offers young people opportunities to research and make short films about the involvement of British Jewry in film and cinema heritage in the UK.

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UKJF at BAFTA

BAFTA Nomination for Winner of Pears UKJF Short Film Fund

UKJF is extremely proud and pleased to announce that the winner of the Pears Short Film Fund at UKJF 2014, samuel-613, has been nominated for BAFTA as Best British Short Film. Our congratulations to director Billy Lumby and his team. See article in The Independent here.

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