Ariela, a twentysomething Jewish artist in Mexico City, falls for non-Jewish Ivan. Struggling with her family’s disapproval, Ariela is torn between the man she loves and the community she can’t leave behind.
Sun 23 – Thu 27 Feb, JW3
Budapest, 1948. Aladár, a 42-year old gynaecologist who survived the camps but lost his two sons and wife, meets Klára, a 16-year old bright girl who refuses to accept that her parents may not return.
Thu 19 Mar, 8:30pm, Phoenix Cinema
A highly entertaining tale about the beginnings of Shas, a new party for the disenfranchised Sephardi ultra-Orthodox community in Israel in 1983, which changed the political landscape forever.
Sun 15 – Thu 19 Mar, Reel Borehamwood
The Opening Night film from the most recent UK Jewish Film Festival is returning as part of our year-round programme. Packed with charm and laughter, this popular comedy follows recently-married Parisian couple Anna and Adam as they head off on a belated honeymoon to Poland.
Sun 29 March, CCA Glasgow
After its UK Premiere at the UK Jewish Film Festival in November, Latvia’s submission to the Oscars is now available exclusively on our On Demand service. The true story of blue-collar worker Zanis Lipke’s epic rescue operation during the war, which saved the lives of some 40 Jews.