Blind Encounters

Narrative, comedy, 18 minutes Kate, a dazzling woman in her mid-20s confidently strolls through the park on her way to rendezvous with a promising young man. Her charm turns heads… read more

The Hannibal Directive

The Hannibal Directive was a highly classified military order used by the Israeli army. It was created in 1986 by three top army commanders and outlined the measures to be… read more

The Érpatak Model

The film portrays Mihály Zoltán Orosz; the hyper-energetic and ultra-nationalist mayor of Érpatak, a small village with a population of 1,750 inhabitants in Eastern Hungary. Delusions of grandeur and a… read more

The Great Book Robbery

The Great Book Robbery is a powerful and poignant chronicle of cultural destruction. It tells the story of the 70,000 Palestinian books that were looted by the newly formed State… read more

The Wall

The Wall is a provocative documentary that explores the controversy surrounding the “security fence” or “terror prevention barrier” built by Israel to separate it from the occupied West Bank. The… read more

It Is No Dream

“If you will it, it is no dream,” wrote Theodor Herzl, the founder of political Zionism, in 1902 as he dreamed of creating a utopian state for the Jews. One… read more

Don’t Say You Didn’t Know

This is a short, 24-minute version of IT IS NO DREAM, featuring Israeli voices against the occupation dating back to 2002. The film was commissioned by the Dutch broadcaster IKON… read more

Al Nakba: The Palestinian Catastrophe 1948

Al Nakba: The Palestinian Catastrophe 1948 is a groundbreaking documentary film that comprehensively examines the events that resulted in the creation of over 700,000 Palestinian refugees and the destruction of… read more

A Philosopher For All Seasons

This documentary film is a thought-provoking portrait of the late Professor Yeshayahu Leibowitz, a prominent and outspoken critic of Israeli occupation politics. He famously coined the term “Judeo-Nazi” during the… read more

Blood Money

Blood Money explores the motivations and political manoeuvres behind the complex restitution and compensation agreements, also known as “Wiedergutmachung” or “making amends,” between Germany, Israel, and the Jewish world. Through… read more

The Concrete Curtain

Variety describes the film: There’s a Kafkaesque absurdism to the real-life circumstances in “The Concrete Curtain” that, as in Kafka, nobody finds particularly funny. Portrait of the new injustices and… read more

State of Suspension

The film examines in nine chapters what has happened to us Israelis after 60 years of independence; what went wrong, and how we turned from victims to victimizers. The film… read more

The Lobby

How powerful is the Jewish lobby in America? This is the central question explored in the film. Considering the pro-Israeli attitude of every recent U.S. administration, it is often suggested… read more

Kosher Friendly

Young Poles in Wroclaw, Poland, with one Jewish grandparent or grand-grandparent, are looking for their Jewish origins while negotiating their complex identities by celebrating Hanukkah and Christmas and having the… read more

Romania, The Taming of The Intellectuals

The film examines the motivation and history behind the collaboration of Romania’s intellectuals with the communists in general and the Ceaucescu regime in particular. Romanian with English subtitles.

The Avengers

At the end of WW II, Jewish ex-partisans came up with a plan that fired up their burning need to avenge the murdered six million Jews in the Holocaust, by… read more



A look at Russian history’s darkest aspects.