These films have proven to stand the test of time, reaching back from the past to deliver us messages about the present. The Coen Brother’s masterful comedic work of one man’s crisis of faith in A Serious Man is complimented by Billy Crystal’s neurotic psychiatrist dealing with a mobster in distress in the form of Robert De Niro in Analyze This. Away from the comedy, the Oscar-nominated classic Solomon and Gaenor has a love story play out amidst the turmoil of the anti-Jewish riots of 1911. Another love story, the much beloved When Harry Met Sally, has Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan’s chemistry shine, still continuing to delight audiences 30 years later.

A Serious Man

In the Coen Brothers’ dark comedy classic, Larry Gopnik is a physics professor in 1967 Midwest America who has had a crisis of faith following a series of professional and personal endeavours.

Analyze This

Billy Crystal is the neurotic psychiatrist to Robert De Niro’s brutal mobster in distress in this 20 year old comedy gem.

Driving Miss Daisy

A 30th anniversary restoration of the classic returns to screens, with Morgan Freeman as the black chauffeur for the titular Daisy (Jessica Tandy), an affluent elderly Jewish woman.

When Harry Met Sally

The ultimate will-they-won’t-they romance, Harry and Sally debate the potentially ruinous effect sex might have on a friendship between a man and a woman to hilarious results.

Solomon & Gaenor

The Oscar-nominated story of a young Jewish man in South Wales who falls in love with a local girl.


Love in all of its forms- exhilarating, maddening, hilarious, traumatising- is shown across a broad spectrum of films that open our eyes and our hearts.

Family Ties

We are proud to present an array of films that dissect the complicated messiness and beauty of familial bonds.

Feminist Perspectives

A selection of films that explore the variety and depth of what it means to be a Jewish woman in the past and today.