Three sisters return to their childhood home in Israel to confront their life choices. Set during the final days of Yitzhak Rabin’s reign.

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.

Besa: The Promise

A remarkable story of a gentle, thoughtful Albanian toyshop owner Rexhep Hoxha in his quest to find the Jewish family his father sheltered and to return the sacred books left in his care 60 years ago.

Budapest Noir

Investigating the mysterious death of a Jewish woman, charismatic reporter Zsigmond dives into the underworld of 1930s Budapest. 

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.


When heartbroken Anat gets together with her friends to watch a Eurovision-style contest, the catchy tune they write to cheer her up unexpectedly ends up as Israel’s entry!


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.

In Between

Three young Arab-Israeli women share a flat in the vibrant centre of Tel Aviv, finding themselves caught between two cultures.

Love Is Thicker Than Water

This charming and quirky film starring Juliet Stevenson and Henry Goodman tackles afresh the perennial question: can love truly and decisively conquer cultural and social differences?


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

Next to Her

Chelli is the principle carer of her strong-willed and disabled sister Gabby (Dana Ivgy) When a potential boyfriend appears on the scene it becomes increasingly unclear who is dependent on whom.

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.


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.

Resistance (2020)

Joining the French Jewish Resistance during the war, mime artist Marcel Marceau helped save the lives of thousands of Jewish children.

The Booksellers

A fascinating and amusing glimpse into the magical world of antiquarian booksellers and collectors, many of whom are Jewish.

The Cakemaker

During one of his many business trips to Berlin, Israeli Oren visits a café and falls instantly in love – both with its cakes and with Thomas, the baker who makes them.

The Exception

It’s 1941 and the SS sends a wounded officer to protect the Kaiser (Christopher Plummer). He falls for pretty maid Mieke (Lily James), a Jewish spy in disguise, passing intel to the Brits.

Who's Gonna Love Me Now?

Rejected by his religious family and community after defying the rules of the kibbutz, Saar leave Israel to live freely as a gay man in London but is subsequently diagnosed as HIV positive.


Returning to the groundbreaking role as a gay man that won him the Tribeca Film Festival’s Best Actor award in 2003 (Yossi & Jagger), Ohad Knoller gives another extraordinary performance as Yossi.