Hebrew

93Queen

About the Film 
Tenacious ultra-Orthodox women challenge the status quo of their patriarchal community to create New York’s first all-female ambulance corps, resulting in an ideological tug of war with the observant men in their Borough Park enclave, in this rousing story of female empowerment and cultural disruption.
Genre 
Documentary
Running Time 
85 minutes

100 Faces

About the Film 
An entire lifetime of Jewish Brits, one born in every year between 1917 and 2018, sing their shared story of Jewish diversity and memorable milestones, in this quirky and uplifting musical celebration that offers one hundred reasons to smile.
Genre 
Documentary
Running Time 
14 minutes

The Caregiver

About the Film 
Following a visit with his family back in India, a caregiver returns to Israel only to find out he’s been replaced by another foreign worker, in this nuanced character study exposing the difficult realities of migrant labor and an aging population.
Genre 
Narrative
Running Time 
12 minutes

City of Joel

About the Film 
As a microcosm of a divided nation, small-town politics and ancient tradition collide, in this absorbing account of a high-profile turf war between an ultra-Orthodox community and its neighbors in rural upstate New York, in which the constitutional right to practice religion may upend the balance of political power.
Genre 
Documentary
Running Time 
84 minutes

The Dive

About the Film 
Three fractious Israeli brothers clashing over conflicting life choices and patriotic expectations, must bypass their differences to fulfill their late father’s dying wish, in this sober, darkly comic drama reflecting the personal toll of a testosterone-fueled country caught in perpetual conflict, a Best Israeli Feature that swept four Jerusalem Film Festival awards.
Genre 
Narrative
Running Time 
91 minutes

Echo

About the Film 
Suspecting that his wife is cheating on him, a man heads down a rabbit hole of extreme measures, in this sophisticated, gripping Israeli psychological drama, a somber meditation on the intersection between love and obsession, and the fateful damage of words unheard or unsaid, nominated for four Israeli Academy Awards including Best Actor.
Genre 
Narrative
Running Time 
98 minutes

Family in Transition

About the Film 
This deeply intimate and sympathetic examination of identity, tolerance and transcendent love focuses on a close-knit Israeli family grappling with gender transition—the husband desiring to become a woman—in the face of vilification by their conservative northern Israeli town, and even by some friends and relatives.
Genre 
Documentary
Running Time 
70 minutes

Fig Tree

About the Film 
In this unflinching, coming-of-age drama, nominated for five Israeli Academy Awards including Best Film, a Jewish teen attempts to save those she loves and navigate her own fate in war-torn Ethiopia, where young men are scooped off the street and conscripted into the army against their will.
Genre 
Narrative
Running Time 
93 minutes

Good Morning Son

About the Film 
A young IDF soldier critically injured during a Gaza military operation, clings to life while his family maintains a bedside vigil, in this sensitive Israeli drama, a beautifully rendered story of human resilience that illustrates the ordeal faced by military families in Israel and throughout the world.
Genre 
Narrative
Running Time 
81 minutes

Holy Lands

About the Film 
James Caan leads an all-star cast as a retired American cardiologist who leaves everything behind to become a pig farmer in Israel, in this comedic family drama, a wry, moving, personal tale of a dysfunctional family—with an ex-wife, an alienated son and a perennial student daughter—striving for reconciliation and acceptance.
Genre 
Narrative
Running Time 
99 minutes

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