The power of familial blood and its ability to transcend trauma, pain and shared history makes each of these choices a compelling watch.  Chained- the second in a trilogy- looks at a father’s mounting chaos as he tries to keep his family from falling apart, whilst Good Morning Son shows the devastation that occurs due to a traumatic brain injury. Unseen contemplates the effects of abandonment whilst on the flip side, Van Goghs explores the oppression of codependency between a father and a son.

God Of The Piano

Learning that her newborn baby might become deaf, Anat, the scion of a distinguished musical family, decides to do the unthinkable. A nuanced and suspenseful debut from Israeli director Itay Tal.

Van Goghs

The oppressive tussle between Mark, an artist and his famous conductor father is magnified when  the two are forced to live together once again.

Unseen

The line between reality and fiction is blurred in Matan Yair’s sensitive film. Yair plays himself, a high school teacher who attempts to connect with both his students and the father that abandoned him.

12 Nov
book

Unseen

  • 9.00pm
  • Venue: Phoenix Cinema (London)

Unseen

The line between reality and fiction is blurred in Matan Yair’s sensitive film. Yair plays himself, a high school teacher who attempts to connect with both his students and the father that abandoned him.

12 Nov
book

Unseen

  • 9.00pm
  • Venue: Phoenix Cinema (London)

Chained

From the director of the Oscar-nominated Ajami, Chained explores the life of Rashi, an idealistic police officer whose life is thrown into chaos when he is accused of sexual harassment.

Q&A with Yaron Shani

Spies and Revolutionaries

Thrilling tales of secret agents are nestled alongside documentaries on the inspiring people who risked their lives in the search for truth.

Heroic Acts

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.

A History Of Politics

We offer an intriguing range of films that examine the gamut of the Israeli political landscape, as well as the European refugee crisis.