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If you attended the UK Jewish Film Festival this year, we’d be grateful for a few minutes of your time to provide some valuable feedback on your experience.
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Tickets are also 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.
We have 5 well-loved films celebrating significant anniversaries this year, most notably 20 years since the Oscar-nominated Solomon & Gaenor was released.
The Dorfman Best Film Award recognises powerful and outstanding filmmaking.
The launch of this important award, which recognises originality and excellence in documentary filmmaking.
Recognising new filmmaking talent that displays originality or freshness of vision from a first-time feature film director.
A jury of twelve young people aged sixteen to thirty have been chosen to select and present the best short film for the first time this year.
A selection of films that explore the variety and depth of what it means to be a Jewish woman in the past and today.
Thrilling tales of secret agents are nestled alongside documentaries on the inspiring people who risked their lives in the search for truth.
These films all offer a glimmer of optimism even within the darkest of times, with the willingness of some people to stage rescue operations during the Holocaust resulting in the saved lives of many.
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.
We are proud to present an array of films that dissect the complicated messiness and beauty of familial bonds.
We offer an intriguing range of films that examine the gamut of the Israeli political landscape, as well as the European refugee crisis.
4.00pm Sneak Preview
Sponsors: Nimrod Capital
Glasgow CCA Glasgow
8.00pm + Festival Awards Ceremony
London Picturehouse Central
Sponsors: Isabelle & Ivor Seddon, Jane & Michael Grabiner, Joyce & David Kustow
London Everyman Muswell Hill
Sponsors: Julia and Simon Alberga, Techno Constructions Ltd
Sponsors: Erica & Stuart Peters
London Phoenix Cinema
Sponsors: The Association of Jewish Refugees, Austrian Cultural Forum
8.30pm + Q&A
London Ciné Lumière
Sponsors: New Israel Fund
Cambridge Arts Picturehouse
Sponsors: Judith Gordon & Alan Spier