UKJF at Phoenix

Hanna’s Sleeping Dogs

Having been raised as a devout Catholic in a small, provincial Austrian town in the late 60s, Johanna becomes Hanna when she learns from her grandmother that she is actually Jewish. Hanna defies the town people’s dormant yet strongly felt anti-Semitism and celebrates her new identity.

25 May, Phoenix

UKJF at Phoenix


Richard Gere stars as a relentless Jewish-American macher. When Norman meets charismatic Israeli politician Micha Eshel (Lior Ashkenazi), he does everything he can to get closer to him. Three years later and their once mutually beneficial friendship threatens to ruin them both.

6 June, Phoenix


Fanny’s Journey

Bristling with suspense and moving in equal measures, Fanny’s Journey tells the true story of exceptional bravery and survival against all odds.

21 – 26, JW3

UKJF at JW3, CCA Glasgow, Reel Borehamwod

The Last Laugh

At what point is it acceptable for comedians to take on the most serious of topics and how does one comedian make us laugh while another falls flat on his or her face? Join us for this fascinating and hilarious film packed with top comedians.

19 – 25 May, Reel Borehamwood

28 May – 7 June, JW3



We are thrilled to bring you this funny English gem!

An old Jewish baker’s failing business gets an unexpected boost when his young Muslim apprentice, also a cannabis dealer, drops a load of dope in the dough. Suddenly the customers can’t get enough of his bread. Starring a host of British film and theatre luminaries, led by Jonathan Pryce, Pauline Collins, and Ian Hart.

8 – 22 June, JW3

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