This delicious documentary follows a group of Palestinian and Jewish chefs who take part in a unique food festival in the mixed city of Haifa. The feel-good – and extremely appetising – message of the film is clear: Arabs and Jews should unite over their love of food rather than fighting over politics and territory. And while the issue of cultural appropriation is explored, it is the power of a freshly chopped Israeli/Arab salad, exquisite mussakhan or kreplach and qatayef made to perfection that makes a decades-long conflict seem truly solvable. Warning: this film is likely to make you hungry.
This film is available to watch until 7:30pm, Tuesday 17th November.
Neil and Debra Blair, The Blair Partnership
Moishe House with the support of the Genesis Philanthropy Group