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Israel Film Center STREAM
 

About the Viewing Library

Watch the best israeli films - from classics to recent hits - anytime, from the comfort of your home!

Start Watching now at IsraelFilmCenterStream.org 

*All films on IsraelFilmCenter.org are with English subtitles.
**Streaming is available for U.S. based users only. 

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OR - Select one of the films in our extensive viewing library at The Israel Film Center @ The JCC in Manhattan

The viewing library is free and open to the public, offering an on-premises personal viewing of Israeli film & TV for research and programming purposes, as well as individual interest.

Available viewing times are:  Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10 am to 4 pm (last preview begins at 4pm).

To book a viewing, search the film you would like to view in our database. Click "Request a viewing of this film" link on the left menu bar on the film page to schedule a time slot.

The viewing library is located on the 7th floor of The JCC in Manhattan, 334 Amsterdam Ave. @ 76th St.

Viewings must be requested a minimum of 2 business days in advance.


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
Asaph Polonsky's ‘One Week and a Day.'

'One Week and a Day' wins top prize at Jerusalem Film Festival

The 33rd Jerusalem Film Festival, which took place at the Jerusalem Cinematheque from July 7-17 and featured a star-studded guest list topped by Quentin Tarantino, Laurie Anderson and Whit Stillman,..View More


Jerusalem Film Festival

Israeli classic ‘Avanti Popolo’ gets new life at Jerusalem Film Festival

“It’s a lot of joy and a lot of sorrow,” said Salim Daw, the star of Avanti Popolo, on seeing a digitally restored version of the 1986 Israeli classic for the first time, when it a..View More


MUHAMMAD OWEDAH (third left), the Palestinian coordinator for Combatants for Peace, and film co-director Stephen Apkon (center) attend the premiere of ‘Disturbing the Peace’ last night.

Ex-foes, seeking peace, meet at Jerusalem Film Fest

Former Israeli soldiers participated in a panel discussion on Thursday at the Jerusalem Film Festival with Palestinians who had served jail sentences on terror charges, after the premiere of a about..View More