Genre:

Year:

Middle East

Drops

Drops

A soldier runs into the bathroom on his military base he starts creating a symphony of water drops.

World Class Kids

World Class Kids

With poignant intuition and uninhibited directness, unique to second graders they point out basic conflicts in Israeli society, and deal with a turbulent school year.


In the Freiman`s Kitchen / Sapir Film School

In the Freiman`s Kitchen / Sapir Film School

This intimate and emotional film provides a glimpse into an aging couple’s relationship and beliefs during a critical time.

Fence Your Best

Fence Your Best

The Israeli fencing empire has flourished for decades thanks to its founder and legendary coach Haim Hatuel. Can he save the family empire from crashing before the Rio Olympic Games?


Israel Inside

Israel Inside

Israel Inside sidesteps the usual conversation of politics, conflict and violence, and tells the story of the Israeli people whose resilience has propelled Israel to the forefront of world innovation and progress.

From Man to Man, We Pass Like Strangers...

From Man to Man, We Pass Like Strangers...

The tensions and complexities of the city of Jerusalem are represented by the regular passengers of the newly inaugurated urban train.


The Wandering Samaritan

The Wandering Samaritan

Gadi Tzdaka is a rebellious descendant of the ancient Samaritan nation. The film portrays Gadi as a person straddling the fence between Israel and Palestine and between east and west.

Women in Sink

Women in Sink

In an Arab hair-salon in Israel, a camera is installed over the washing basin. As she washes their hair, she converses candidly with the salon’s clients; Arabs and Jews,on Israeli politics, life and love.


A Place of Her Own

A Place of Her Own

The incredible story of Reut, a young Jewish homeless girl, struggling to return her first born son, adopted by a Jewish settler family, to the Arab village in which she lives.

Israel: A Home Movie

Israel: A Home Movie

A collections of 8mm home movies, hundreds film rolls from forgotten basements and attics, containing countless hours that tell the story of Israel from the beginning of the 20th century.


Cafe Noah

Cafe Noah

In 1948, many Jewish musicians arrived to Israel from Baghdad and Cairo -- the Arabic music they played, however, was not welcomed in their new homeland.

Shadow in Baghdad

Shadow in Baghdad

A thrilling cinematic journey to Baghdad in search of a missing father and a lost community.


Arab Labor - Season 2

Arab Labor - Season 2

Amjad Alian, an Arab-Israeli journalist, and his family and friends return for a second season of this funny, provocative, and popular Israeli sitcom.

Arab Labor- Season 3

Arab Labor- Season 3

Amjad attempts to become a part of the Israeli society. Attempts which are at times pathetic or outrageous, but always heart-warming and thought-provoking.


The Boys From Lebanon

The Boys From Lebanon

In May 2000, the South Lebanese Army collapsed and its members fled from Hezbollah fighters into Israel, their ally who had abandoned them. 700 families of SLA refugees are living in Israel today.

Rita Jahan Foruz

Rita Jahan Foruz

Rita Jahan Foruz, world famous singer, immigrated to Israel from Iran with her family as a young child. 40 years later, with enormous tension between Tehran and Jerusalem looming in the background, she records her first album in Farsi.


Rakasa

Rakasa

The film "Rakasa" describes the lives of three women, two Jewish and one Muslim, who have devoted their lives to belly dancing.

AKA Nadia

AKA Nadia

More than 20 years since Maya abandoned her previous identity, her past rears its head again. Through the unique story of its heroine, the film contemplates life in a society ridden by intolerance and xenophobia.


Barrier

Barrier

A vibrant musical comedy about the commander of a military barrier outside an Arab village at the edge of civilization.

18 Kilometers

18 Kilometers

24 hours in the lives of eleven people living in Sderot and Gaza, whose fates have been bound together by a day in Israel.