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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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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

Warp and Weft (1997)

Directed by: Duki Dror

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The short film examines the decay of the company town Dimona populated mainly by Morocccan Jews, and mostly known as the home of Israel's atomic program. The film explores the fate of those who are.. View More
Minister

Culture minister leaves Ophir Awards in protest of Darwish poem

Culture Minister Miri Regev sparked controversy after storming out of the Ophir Awards, protesting the performance of a poem by Palestinian national poet Mahmoud Darwish. She later returned and was..View More


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‘Sand Storm’ Wins Ophir Award, Becomes Israeli Oscar Entry

"Sand Storm," a drama by Elite Zexer set in a Bedouin village in southern Israel, has won the Ophir Award as the best Israeli film of 2016. It will represent the country in the foreign language race..View More


Ruins of Lifta

It Takes An (Empty) Village: 'The Ruins of Lifta'

Earlier this year the New York-based filmmaker Oren Rudavsky released (with Joseph Dorman) Colliding Dreams, a fair-minded history of the Zionist ideal. The film documented the tension between as a..View More