Previously at the ICA - Seasons

UKJFF logo

The UK Jewish Film Festival 2008

9 Nov 200817 Nov 2008

We are delighted to be hosting a selection of the UKJFF's brilliant programme again this year, with a particularly strong run of documentaries and some discussions and Q&As which will dig into the challenges and delights of depicting recent history and shifting identities on screen.

The UK Jewish Film Festival runs from 8 - 20 November at venues around London. See www.ukjewishfilmfestival.org.uk for the full festival programme.

  • Still: Sisai

    Sisai

    9 Nov 2008

    Two adoptive brothers head from Israel to Ethiopia looking for one biological father and uncovering feelings of belonging and alienation along the way.

    More Info

  • Still: Waltz with Bashir

    How Real Can It Get? Animated documentary - Life, Politics + Audiences

    10 Nov 2008

    A discussion about how animated documentaries can touch the difficult topics other film modes can't reach, the day after a preview of Ari Folman's brilliant Waltz with Bashir.

    More Info

  • Still: Outside Love

    Outside Love

    10 Nov 2008

    A love story which confronts an unfamiliar, less affluent side of modern Denmark.

    More Info

  • Still: Description of a Struggle

    Description of a Struggle

    16 Nov 2008

    Great French film-maker Chris Marker turned his camera on a fledgling Israel in 1960 - a screening of this remarkable and rarely seen work.

    More Info

  • Still: Description of a Memory

    Description of a Memory

    16 Nov 2008

    In response to Chris Marker's Description of a Struggle, a striking meditation on contemporary Israel.

    More Info

  • Still: Miss Universe 1929

    Miss Universe 1929 + Q&A

    16 Nov 2008

    The curious tale of a young Jewish woman who won the Miss Universe title in 1929 and then disappeared from the world stage. With a Q&A from the director, Péter Forgács.

    More Info

  • Still: Arab Labour

    Arab Labour + Q&A

    17 Nov 2008

    Three episodes of the comic and controversial Israeli TV series, with a Q&A from the writer and the producer.

    More Info

Go back in time

E.g., 2016-10-01
E.g., 2016-10-01

Media