UK Jewish Film at JW3

The Interpreter

80-year-old Ali, a Slovakian-Jewish interpreter, arrives in Vienna with the intention of tracking down – and killing – the SS officer who shot his parents. Instead, he meets the officer’s womanising son, Georg, who asks for help in investigating his father’s past

Sun 13 – Thu 17 January 2019, JW3

International Holocaust Remembrance Day

Who Will Write Our History?

The first British screening of a para-documentary movie by Roberta Grossman about the Oyneg Shabes Archives collected under the supervision of Emmanuel Ringelblum in Warsaw. The event will be a part of the global screening of this movie during the International Holocaust Remembrance Day, in up to 500 venues in the world.

27 January 2019, JW3

UK Jewish Film at Cineworld Didsbury

Through Lotte’s Lens

Through Lotte’s Lens tells the extraordinary story of the ‘Hitler Émigrés’, the refugees – mainly Jewish who escaped the Nazi regime in the 1930s and found refuge in the UK. Despite many of them being interned on the Isle of Man after war broke out, they brought a richness of endeavour and achievement to this country that still applies today.

Sun 13 – Tue 15 January 2019, Cineworld Didsbury

UK Jewish Film at JW3

Itzhak

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.

Sun 20 – Thu 24 January 2019, JW3

UK Jewish Film at JW3

The Price of Everything

Celebrated director Nathaniel Kahn (My Architect) delves into the world of modern art in this brilliant new documentary. Visiting artists’ studios, collectors’ homes and behind the scenes of the world’s biggest auction houses, Kahn explores both the rush of excitement – and the massive turnover – generated by the contemporary art market, and the folly of it all.

Sun 27 – Thu 31 January 2019, JW3

Video on Demand

The Green Park on VOD

The Green Park Hotel opened its doors in 1943 and for over forty years was a key hub of Anglo Jewish life. It provided kosher food, British seaside glamour and a place to introduce sons and daughters. This lively and warm-hearted film delves into the Anglo Jewish community, examining how it developed and flourished in the 20th century.

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