Before My Feet Touch The Ground

In the midst of large-scale protests in Israel, we are bringing you this documentary as a reminder of the power of hope and solidarity. A look back on the 2011 social justice protests.

Café Nagler

A heartwarming film following Israeli filmmaker Mor Kaplansky as she travels to Berlin only to discover that the family narrative about their legendary 1920s Berlin café has been slightly amended.

Canvey - The Promised Island

As ultra-Orthodox families get priced out of Stamford Hill they have started moving to Canvey Island, voted the most English place in Britain.

Chichinette: The Accidental Spy

The extraordinary real story of four and a half foot tall Jewish spy Marthe Cohn, known during the war as Chichinette, now aged 98.

City of Desire

Explore Tel-Aviv's rediscovered unique architectural beauty in this fascinating and strikingly-shot documentary.

Family in Transition

Best Film at the 2018 Docaviv Festival. The story of a family whose lives change completely after the father tells them she’s a transgender woman.

In Search of Israeli Cuisine

Follow Chef Michael Solomonov as he investigates whether there is such a thing as Israeli cuisine through meeting different chefs.

Jerusalem Boxing Club

A boxing club located in a bomb shelter in a parking lot in Jerusalem weaves a tapestry of the city's different cultures and people.

John Simons - A Modernist

John Simons’ shop in Marylebone has long been the go-to destination for Britain’s best-dressed men. A celebration of a true British institution, and over fifty years of exceptionally good taste.


An exceptionally brave and important documentary. Menahem Lang returns to his ultra-orthodox hometown of Bnei Brak, where he was abused as a child.

Man on the Bus

Eve Ash uncovers the truth about her Holocaust surviving parents and re-evaluates everything she has ever thought she knew about her family - and herself.

Mandate for Murder

Set in Mandatory Palestine in the dying days of the British Empire, a fascinating account of a young Jewish resistance fighter's murder by a decorated British Army officer.

Marceline. A Woman. A Century

A loving portrait of the iconic French writer/filmmaker and Holocaust survivor Marceline Loridan-Ivens, completed a mere six weeks before her death, aged 90.

My Mother's Lost Children

Investigating the disappearance of his two older half-siblings, born to his mother – then still in her teens – over forty years ago, director Danny Ben-Moshe unravels an intricate web of secrets.

Orchestra of Exiles

The dramatic story of Polish violinist Bronislow Hubermann, who rescued some of the world’s greatest musicians from Nazi Germany, culminating in the formation of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.

Rabin In His Own Words

Based on rare archival materials, including off-the-record interviews, this is a nuanced and detailed study of an influential statesman, whose life – and death – have come to define a nation.


The first woman rabbi in the world, Regina Jonas, comes to light, courtesy of Rachel Weisz - who plays her - and her father George Weisz, who was the executive producer.

Sacred Sperm

Sensitive and deeply complex, Sacred Sperm explores one of the most suppressed issues of the Orthodox Jewish Community: the sin of ‘wasting sperm’.

The Green Park

The Green Park Hotel opened its doors in 1943 and for over forty years was a key hub of Anglo-Jewish life, providing kosher food and a place for matchmaking.

The Human Factor

Epic behind-the-scenes story of the United States’ 30-year effort to secure peace in the Middle East. Available Friday 21st May

The New Man

London-based fiction director Josh Appignanesi (The Infidel, Song of Songs) turns the camera on himself and his wife, Devorah, as they undergo the ordeal of becoming parents.

The Outrageous Sophie Tucker

Bringing to life the story of Sophie Tucker, an irrepressible trailblazer in the 1920s who set a world-shaking precedent for today’s female superstars.

The Rescuers

The true story of 13 international diplomats who saved thousands of Jews during the Second World War.

Why the Jews?

A daring and important exploration of a sensitive subject: the reasons for outstanding Jewish achievement in the arts and sciences.

Wilfrid Israel: The Essential Link

Despite saving the lives of thousands of Jews and taking an integral role in the Kindertransport, Wilfrid Israel is, for the most part, a forgotten hero.

Women in Sink

In this life-affirming film, Jewish and Arab clients sit together in candid conversations in an Arab-owned hair salon in Haifa.

Zuzana: Music is Life

90-year-old Zuzana Ruzickova survived Auschwitz, and decades of oppression under the totalitarian regime in her native Czech Republic to become a world-famous harpsichordist.