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Watch the best Israeli and Jewish film & television, from classics to recent hits, from the comfort of your home.

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Bright, Dim (2016)

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Somewhere in the universe, deep in the heart of matter – shines a light on a dark planet. The light shines inside a small creature, who struggles to keep it away from monsters lurking in the.. View More

Yiddish Aroma

Yiddish Aroma (2004)

Directed by: Leonid Horovitz

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To some, Yiddish is a dead culture, but an increasing number of people feel strongly that the richness of its heritage is something to be preserved and passed down to future generations. The film on.. View More

Yoel, Israel and the Pashkavils (2006)

Yoel Yisrael V'HaPashkavilim

Directed by: Lina Chaplin

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Israel Kletzkin owns a printing press and has written and printed hundreds and thousands of pashkavils. Yoel Krause has been collecting them for 20 years and has over 20,000 in his possession. Yoel.. View More
Yarkon River

A Cinematic Portrait Of Israel’s Yarkon River

I have fond memories of the Yarkon River. On one of my first dates with the Israeli woman who would become my wife, we sat under a grove of fragrant eucalyptus trees on its bank in Tel Aviv and and..View More

J Post Movie

Movies: A kinder, gentler time in ‘Women’s Balcony’

WOMEN'S BALCONY Hebrew title: Ismach Hatani Directed by Emil Ben-Shimon With Evelin Hagoel, Avraham Aviv Alush, Igal Naor, Orna Banai, Yafit Asulin Running time: 96 minutes In Hebrew. Check with for..View More

Japanese Israeli Movie

Israel’s first Japanese film fest coming to a cinema near you

Japan became a major center for quality cinema in the 1950s when directors such as Akira Kurosawa and Yasujiro Ozu burst onto the world film scene. Since then, Japan has been a source of great In a..View More