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A Rainy Day in New York

A star-studded cast, led by the charming Timothée Chalamet and Elle Fanning, make this one of the most enjoyable films of the year.


Even after his death, celebrated playwright Harold Blumenthal (Brian Cox) continues to provoke his nearest and dearest. Meet a new generation of self-obsessed Jewish New Yorkers.

Closer to the Moon

An inventive comic heist movie starring Mark Strong and Vera Farmiga, based on the true story of a group of Jewish former Resistance members.


A Jewish baker’s failing business gets an unexpected boost when his Muslim apprentice, also a cannabis dealer, drops a load of dope in the dough.

Douze Points

Coinciding with the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv, this hilarious, politically incorrect comedy is the perfect satire on the beloved but bonkers TV spectacle and Muslim-Jewish relations.

Hill Start

A box-office comic sensation in Israel about a bourgeois Jerusalem family who bring new meaning to the word dysfunctional.

Oy Vey! My Son is Gay

Inspired by My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Oy Vey! My Son Is Gay! is a hilariously funny and ultra-camp extravaganza.

Peter the 3rd

In this comical feature film, 65-year-old Peter decides to run for office in order to get a governmental pension.

Standing Up, Falling Down

Having failed as a stand-up comedian, 34-year-old Scott reluctantly moves back to his childhood home and finds solace with the town’s eccentric but good-hearted dermatologist Marty (Billy Crystal).

Tel Aviv on Fire

In this hilarious Israeli comedy, the writer on an Arab speaking soap strikes an unlikely friendship with an Israeli checkpoint officer whose wife is a huge fan of the show.

The Pickle Recipe

Bar Mitzvah DJ Joey Miller, in dire need of money, plots to steal his grandmother’s highly guarded pickle recipe in this comedy.

When Do We Eat?

The seder from hell! Enjoy this raucous family comedy starring New Girl's Max Greenfield (in his most Jewish role) where the festival's most important question is asked: When Do We Eat?