The Hannibal Directive was a top-secret military order used by the Israeli army. First devised in 1986 by three senior army commanders, it stipulated measures to be taken when an… read more
The film portrays Mihály Zoltán Orosz; the hyper-energetic and ultra-nationalist mayor of Érpatak, a village of 1,750 inhabitants in Eastern Hungary. Mayor Orosz is possessed by delusions of grandeur and… read more
Chronicles of a cultural destruction. The story of 70,000 Palestinian books that were looted by the newly created State of Israel in 1948. The film interweaves various story lines into… read more
This arresting documentary is based on a controversial book by Israeli historian Tom Segev that examines the most sensitive and previously closed chapters of Israeli history. Director Benny Brunner and… read more
Israel calls it a terror prevention barrier. The Palestinians refer to it as a land grab. Those are the labels attached to the controversial ‘security fence’ that Israel has built… read more
“If you will it, it is no dream,” wrote the founder of political Zionism Theodor Herzl in 1902, prophesying the creation of a utopian Jewish state. One hundred years later,… read more
Arguably, the first documentary film that seriously tackles the historic events that led to the creation of over 700,000 Palestinian refugees and the destruction of about 400 Palestinian villages at… read more
It was love at first sight when Abraham Braun and Sophie Schopf first set eyes on each other in the opera house of Breslau in 1920. They were both 20… read more
An intellectual portrait of the late professor Yeshayahu Leibowitz: an outspoken and often controversial critic of Israeli politics. He coined the term ‘Judeo-Nazi’ during the 1982 Lebanon War to describe… read more
The film reveals the motivations and political maneuvers that accompanied the complex restitution and compensation agreements – known also by the German term Wiedergutmachung (making amends) – between Germany, Israel… read more
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
The film examines in nine chapters what has happened to us Israelis after 60 years of independence; what went wrong, how we turned from victims to victimizers. In a series… read more
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 that… read more
A bittersweet story of the attempts to reestablish the Jewish Community in Wroclaw, Poland.
The motivation and history behind the collaboration of Romania’s intellectuals with the communists in general and the Ceaucescu regime in particular.
A look at Russian history’s darkest aspects.
At the end of WW II, Jewish ex-partisans came up with a plan to kill six million Germans as a way to avenge the six million murdered Jews in the… read more