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UK Jewish Film is dedicated to developing an environment in which Jewish film entertains, educates and enlightens diverse audiences in the UK and internationally. Throughout the year we bring the best of world cinema, provide support and training to new and emerging filmmakers, and produce education events including exploring holocaust, genocide, racism and interfaith themes with a variety of audiences including students and young people.

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For nearly 40 years, women in Iran have been required to don the modesty headscarf in public. But in the streets of Noura's city and across the entire country, more and more women are shirking their hijabs. They burn them in the streets in audacious acts of defiance or simply forgo the scarves in quieter displays of opposition against Iran's theocratic regime.

The JCC Chicago Jewish Film Festival has curated over 125 films in our virtual library. Most films have been shown at previous film festivals, while others have come straight to VOD. Many films are FREE (with streaming memberships) and others incur a nominal charge (depending on the streaming service). Browse our library to learn about each film, choose your favorite(s), select your platform, relax and enjoy!

The untold story of Marthe Cohn, a feisty young woman who joined the French resistance during WWII. After keeping silent for almost 60 years, Marthe now shares the extraordinary story of how she managed to beat the odds and fight the Nazis as a spy. At the age of 98, she still tours the world, showing off her medals and promoting her message to people of all generations. Her harrowing journey is told with reverence, while her joie de vivre shines through, filling the film with hope for the future.

This milestone documentary series challenges the way we think about the history of Israeli cinema. Combining hundreds of interviews captured over two years with rare archival footage from behind the cameras, the series follows Israeli cinema from the 1960s up to these days, investigates the key figures of Israeli cinema and their films.

The delivery of a battered suitcase to Fumiko Ishioka at the Tokyo Holocaust Museum begins the true-life mystery that became the subject of Karen Levineʼs best-selling book Hanaʼs Suitcase. The suitcase came from the Auschwitz Museum and had Hana Bradyʼs name painted on it. Larry Weinsteinʼs masterful film follows Fumikoʼs search to discover the details of Hanaʼs life, which leads to the discovery of her brother George in Toronto. The voices of children from Japan, Canada, and the Czech Republic telling Hanaʼs story are woven around the drama, along with Georgeʼs memories and Fumikoʼs quest, to create a film of astonishing power and hope.

In the refreshingly original Standing Up, Falling Down, Crystal plays decidedly against type. Set in the present day, the film centers around an aspiring comedian named Scott, played charmingly by rising-star comedian Ben Schwartz (Parks and Recreation). Having failed to launch in Los Angeles, Scott has reluctantly moved back in with his parents in Long Island. Well into his 30s, he struggles to reconnect with childhood friends who have moved into adulthood without him. Feeling abandoned and lonely, he strikes up an unlikely friendship with Marty, his much older dermatologist, played by Crystal.

In the outrageously funny and brilliantly thoughtful film, The Last Laugh, Ferne Pearlstein (producer of MJFF 2016 One More Time) weaves together interviews with comedic giants like Mel Brooks, Joan Rivers, Carl Reiner, Gilbert Gottfried, Judy Gold, Jake Ehrenreich, Susie Essman, Larry Charles, Etgar Keret, and Sarah Silverman, as well as conversations with Holocaust survivors who talk about the importance of laughter. Pearlstein invites the viewer on a journey across a comedic landscape marked by speed bumps, caution signs, and potholes big enough to swallow a clown car. Star-studded, provocative, and thoroughly entertaining, The Last Laugh will leave you laughing and appreciating the importance of humor even in the face of events that make you want to cry.

With a trenchant, ironic eye the film follows the visitors, observes the observers, listens to the speakers and descends to the storerooms, labs and conference rooms. The American museum director, the singing security guard, the Jerusalemite curator, the Haredi kashrut inspector, the Palestinian guide and the blind visitor are just a few of the characters that take part in a chain of activities which add up to the museum.

Four generations of a Jewish immigrant family create Russ and Daughters, a Lower East Side lox and herring emporium that survives and thrives. Produced to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the store, this documentary features an extensive interview with two of the original daughters for whom the store was named, now 100 and 92 years old, and interviews with prominent enthusiasts of the store including Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, actress Maggie Gyllenhaal, chef Mario Batali, New Yorker writer Calvin Trillin, and 60 Minutes correspondent Morley Safer. Rather than a conventional narrator, the filmmakers bring together six colorful longtime fans of the store, in their 80s and 90s, who sit around a table of fish reading the script in the style of a Passover Seder.

Can one be a Catholic priest and an Observant Jew at the same time? Twelve years after he was ordained as a Polish Catholic priest discovers that he was born to Jewish parents. The film follows his amazing journey: from conducting mass in a church in Poland to life as an observant Jew in a religious kibbutz in Israel. Torn between two identities he is unable to renounce either, and consequently, he is unaccepted by both religions as well as the state of Israel. Now, he is required to choose.

The unbelievable escape story of the grandmother of Jared Kushner. In 1943, 250 Jewish slave workers successfully escaped from a Nazi labor camp in Novogrudok, Belarus, via a tunnel they dug. The film follows the remaining escapees, accompanied by their descendants, in an attempt to find the tunnel. The archaeological excavations dig up not only piles of dirt and some physical remnants, but also dredge up the memories, pain and hope of three generations that merge to become one story.

Seventy-five years after the conclusion of the war, the film explores not only the horrific human tragedy and what we can learn from it, but also the resilience of those that rebuilt their lives despite the unimaginable. 350c69d7ab


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