If you’re aged 30 and under, tickets are available in advance for £10 at all screenings (except for galas) and only £5 for select screenings!

Tickets are available on the door for £5 at all screenings (except galas). All you have to do is visit the festival box office at your chosen venue 45 minutes before the start time with a valid ID.

The following screenings are available to book now for only £5:

Untogether

Real-life siblings Jemina and Lola Kirke star as two British-Jewish sisters in LA turning to religion and sex for solace, with Billy Crystal as the politically-engaged Rabbi.

Advocate

Having represented Palestinians in Israeli courts for the past 50 years, human rights lawyer Leah Tsemel prepares to defend two of her most recent clients, one of whom is 13-years-old.

Fiddler on the Roof

Expect singing with your fellow viewers (lyrics on screen), dancing in the aisles and fancy dressing (optional) as this beloved classic comes to Dalston for one night only!

Chained

From the director of the Oscar-nominated Ajami, Chained explores the life of Rashi, an idealistic police officer whose life is thrown into chaos when he is accused of sexual harassment.

Q&A with Yaron Shani

Leona

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. A moving and tender debut feature about self-discovery.

19 Nov
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Leona

  • 7.00pm
  • Venue: Hackney Picturehouse (London)

A Tramway in Jerusalem

The latest film from Israeli director Amos Gitai, a series of vignettes set on Jerusalem’s tramway, reflecting the city’s diversity, as well as its fragmentation and political tensions. Followed a Q&A with Amos Gitai.

Young Jury Award for Best Short Film

For the first time this year, UK Jewish Film has launched the Young Jury Award to select and present the best short film during the festival.

Anniversary Screenings

We have 5 well-loved films celebrating significant anniversaries this year, most notably 20 years since the Oscar-nominated Solomon & Gaenor was released.