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  • UnRaveling


    “Did Pancho Villa really try to kill my grandfather? And if so, why?”

    In unraveling this mystery, filmmaker Stacey Ravel Abarbanel delves into memory, history, and contemporary life in the border town of Columbus, New Mexico, famed for being raided in 1916 by Villa’s army during the Mexican Revo...

  • There and Here


    This is the story of 3 ex-pilots and a navigator, all in their eighties, who in their youth embodied the perfect image of the "model Israeli Tsabar". The four decide to come clean about their true identities as holocaust survivors and venture out on a journey throughout their lost childhoods, the...

  • Golden Boys


    Every week, 10 elderly gay men gather in a room lit by neon lights at the LGBT Center of Tel-Aviv. Being part of a community that sanctifies youth, this intimate space is these old gays' last and only shelter, where they can age and deal with aging openly: from sexuality and body image at old age...

  • Covered Up


    The personal journey of Rachel, an ultra-Orthodox film director, through marriage, divorce, matchmaking, and family life. Rachel unveils the world of ultra-Orthodox women and gives voice, for the first time, to their concealed inner world through the wig that covers up women's' hair.

    Directed by...

  • Shai K.


    SHAI K. is the untold story of Shaike Ophir, one of the greatest Israeli actors of all time. Known as the “Israeli Charlie Chaplin”, Ophir worked with the legendary Alfred Hitchcock and Marcel Marceau, and became a mega star in Israel. Yet very few really knew the man behind the thousand faces.

  • Kishon


    During 50 years of writing, Ephraim Kishon sold millions of books and won two Golden Globes, yet he could never write his own biography. At the age of 70 he invited journalist Yaron London to assist him. KISHON uses animation to 'bring back to life' Kishon's persona and reenact the rare dialog.


  • YidLife Crisis presents Chewdaism: A Taste of Jewish Montreal


    Exclusively on ChaiFlicks! | YidLife Crisis presents CHEWDAISM: A Taste of Jewish Montreal; a funny, heimish and enlightening historical and cultural tour of Jewish Montreal centered around its legendary foods. YidLife Crisis' Jamie Elman and Eli Batalion gorge themselves in choice eateries as th...

  • It Must Schwing: The Blue Note Story


    In 1939, Alfred Lion and Francis Wolff, two young émigrés from Berlin, founded the legendary jazz label Blue Note Records in New York. The label dedicated itself exclusively to the recording of American jazz music and developed its own unmistakeable recording style and sound. Blue Note Records di...

  • Gut Shabbes Vietnam


    Meet Racheli and Menachem Hartman - a couple of religious Jews from Israel who are sent on a life-changing mission: to establish a Jewish home for the Chabad movement in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. In this unique "fish out of water" story, even the simplest daily routines such as eating, shopping,...

  • Bobbi Jene


    After a decade of stardom in Israel, American dancer Bobbi Jene decides to leave behind her prominent position at the world-famous Batsheva Dance Company, as well as the love of her life, to return to the U.S. to create her own boundary breaking art. Tracking the personal and professional challen...

  • Mish Mish


    In a basement near Paris, unearth a recently discovered treasure-trove of Egyptian animated films from the Frenkel brothers: three exceptional young filmmakers and creators of Mish-Mish Effendi, the Mickey Mouse of the entire region, revealing an Arab-Jewish golden age erased from the pages of hi...

  • What Our Fathers Did


    A poignant, thought-provoking account of friendship and the toll of inherited guilt, WHAT OUR FATHERS DID explores the relationship between two men, each of whom are the children of very high-ranking Nazi officials and possess starkly contrasting attitudes toward their fathers. Eminent human righ...

  • Joe's Violin


    A 91-year-old Holocaust survivor donates his violin of 70 years to a local instrument drive, changing the life of a 12-year-old school girl from Bronx, and unexpectedly, his own. A poignant story about the power of music and small acts connecting people across generations and cultures.

    Directed ...

  • Be Fruitful and Multiply


    Go deeper into the real-life world of "Unorthodox" in this critically acclaimed documentary that follows four Ultra-Orthodox women without the freedom to determine the course of their lives; instead they are dedicated to serving God via the womb - the perpetual cycle of pregnancy, birth and const...

  • Kinneret: Sea of Life


    The Sea of Galilee, also known as the Kinneret, is famous for its biblical and historical significance as well as its beauty. Located in northeast Israel, the freshwater lake is home to many distinctive fauna and flora species, including the native swamp cat. Filmed over twenty years, director M...

  • Rabenu (Our Rabbi)


    How did a controversial rabbi who passed away more than 200 years ago become the most influential figure on the lives of hundreds of thousands of Jews? How did a small cult of persecuted devotees who were nicknamed “The Dead Hasidim” become the biggest spiritual movement in Judaism today? OUR RAB...

  • Lady Kul El-Arab


    Angelina, the first Druze woman to make significant steps into the Israeli fashion world, finds herself in the midst of a conflict between tradition and the brave decision to choose her own way in life.

    Directed by Ibtisan Mara'ana
    Israel, 2007
    Documentary, Israeli Culture, Fashion
    Hebrew, Arabi...

  • Sylvia: Tracing Blood


    'Sylvia: Tracing Blood' plots the clandestine and violent path of international spy Sylvia Raphael, a South African woman who infiltrated Israel's enemies, emerging as a top female Mossad agent.

    Directed by Saxon Logan
    United Kingdom, 2016
    Documentary, Jewish History
    105 minutes

  • Renewal


    Contemporary ballet and environmental activism do not often go hand in hand. The Vertigo Eco-Arts Village, however, is a place where dance and ecology come together. The Eco-Arts village is an extension of the Vertigo Dance Company, the celebrated Jerusalem dance group founded by Noa Wertheim and...

  • The Museum


    The Museum is a film that seeks to explore the Israeli soul through the galleries, storerooms and visitors of the Israel Museum, Israel's most important cultural institution.

    With a trenchant, ironic eye the film follows the visitors, observes the observers, listens to the speakers and descends...

  • In Search of Israeli Cuisine

    Movie + 1 extra

    Join award-winning Chef Michael Solomonov on a delicious journey to meet Israel's top chefs, home cooks, vintners, and cheese-makers drawn from the more than 100 cultures that make up Israel today, and discover the rich and human story that emerges from their food.

    Directed by Roger Sherman

  • African Exodus


    Seeking safety and asylum, some 60,000 Africans have fled to Israel over the past decade. The country, founded as a haven for persecuted Jews in the aftermath of the Holocaust, has no policy, infrastructure or political will to handle this wave of migrants. 'African Exodus,' a documentary film by...

  • The Dreamers' Field


    Three young childhood friends wish to escape their alienated life in the Israeli kibbutz and become London’s hottest rock band. The lack of audience, the cultural differences and the lifestyle of illegal immigrants will all force them to reevaluate their choices.

    "A unique and authentic musical ...

  • Jewish Recipes with Oma & Bella

    1 season

    The feature documentary OMA AND BELLA is a powerful family portrait by Jewish filmmaker Alexa Karolinski, which follows two adorable elderly best friends who spend their days making sumptuous Jewish meals and recalling their experiences as Holocaust survivors. In this spin-off series, Oma and Bel...