House of Fun

About a hundred adolescents immigrate to Israel all alone from the former USSR. Within 9 months, in a reckless atmosphere, they are supposed to transform from “Russians” to “Israelis”. This film follows their changing lives, and sees them in moments of joy and sorrow, camaraderie and loneliness, hope and disillusion.

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Heysel ’85 – Requiem for a Cup Final

May 29, 1985 – 39 fans died in the Brussels’ Heyzel Stadium before the UEFA CUP FINAL between Juventus and Liverpool began. It seems obvious that the match would be cancelled. The UEFA representatives insisted that the match be played; the Juventus management had a different plan.

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Catalogue

Harlan: In the Shadow of The Jew Suss

Veit Harlan was, along with Leni Riefenstahl, Nazi Germany’s most successful film director, remembered today for his infamous Jud Süß. Harlan was a master of national kitsch, exulting in melodrama and death, but he was also an extraordinary artist who ended up serving the Nazi propaganda machine

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Ford Transit

The life of young Rajai, a Palestinian taxi-van driver who struggles on a daily basis to get passed roadblocks and barriers, over detours and shortcuts from East Jerusalem to Ramallah and back again transporting passengers for three shekels a trip. His point of view on the Intifadah, the occupation, suicide attacks and life in general is mirrored by that of his passengers, ordinary people but also by politicians and other prominent Palestinians.

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Family Matters

How does a single heterosexual woman, who’s tired of waiting for Mr. Right, do what she desires most and give birth to a child? This dilemma challenged Dafna, until she met Itamar and Kai

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Epilogue

Neel, 50-years old and mother of three, has been diagnosed with cancer. After three years of aggressive treatment, her oncologist has predicted she will have one year to live

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Catalogue

Defamation

What is anti-Semitism today, two generation after the Holocaust? Director Yoav Shamir travels the world in search of the most modern manifestations of the “oldest hatred” and comes up with some startling answers.

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