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Israeli Movies and Series

  • Doubtful


    Assi (Ran Danker), a Tel-Avivian screenwriter stuck in his life, is sentenced to community service. His task — teaching cinema to disadvantaged teenagers in the southern city of Beersheba. As he pushes the group to open up, a special bond develops between Assi and his students as both sides are f...

  • Alila


    Warning - Contains Sexual Content | In Alila, director Amos Gitai (Kedma, Kadosh), "Israel's one-man new wave," (The Village Voice) has created an "engaging, subtly arresting drama" (Time Out New York) that examines the lives of a half dozen residents of a run-down Tel-Aviv apartment building. Th...

  • King Bibi
    Movie + 2 extras

    King Bibi

    Movie + 2 extras

    'King Bibi' explores Benjamin Netanyahu's rise to power — from his teenage days in America to perennial Israeli prime minister.

    From one media appearance to another, "Bibi" evolved from Israel's great political hope, to a controversial figure whom some perceive as Israel's savior, and others - a...

  • An Average Story


    When Avi Cohen is told by the Central Bureau of Statistics that he is the most average man who ever lived, his life is turned upside down.

    "Wry and funny!"- Washington City Paper

    Directed by Yaniv Segalovich
    Israel, 2016
    Comedy, Shorts, Israeli Culture
    Hebrew (with English subtitles)
    18 minutes

  • Divine Intervention


    In this comic masterpiece, director Elia Suleiman utilizes irreverence, wit, mysticism and insight to craft an intense, hallucinogenic and extremely adept exploration of the dreams and nightmares of Palestinians and Israelis living in uncertain times.

    Certified "Fresh" on Rotten Tomatoes!
    New Yo...

  • A Lullaby for the Valley


    Acclaimed Israeli artist Elie Shamir paints the view from his studio balcony – fields stretching to the horizon, ancient oak trees, and a generation of farmers that is disappearing from the vistas of the Jezreel Valley. His large oils are treasured by collectors worldwide. It was director Ben Sha...

  • Menachem Begin: Peace and War

    Movie + 1 extra

    This powerful film was produced in commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the peace treaty between Israel and Egypt and presents a surprising and unfamiliar portrait of Israel’s sixth prime minister. Menachem Begin led Israel for six dramatic and tumultuous years, which produced waves that are ...

  • Red Leaves


    Meseganio Tadela immigrated to Israel from Ethiopia with his family 28 years ago and chose to zealously retain his Ethiopian culture. He belongs to a rapidly disappearing generation. Tadela sets out on a journey through his children's homes after losing his wife. Coming to know some of life's har...

  • Golda
    Movie + 1 extra


    Movie + 1 extra

    Shortly before her passing, Golda Meir was interviewed for the Israeli television. After the shooting ended the cameras kept rolling, recording an intimate talk with the first and only woman to ever rule Israel. As she lit one cigarette off the other, Golda spoke freely, pleading her case for her...

  • Colliding Dreams


    Award-winning filmmakers Joseph Dorman and Oren Rudavsky recount the dramatic history of one of the most controversial, and urgently relevant political ideologies of the modern era. The century-old conflict in the Middle East continues to play a central role in world politics. And yet, amidst thi...

  • Asia



    Golden Globe nominee Shira Haas ("Unorthodox", "Shtisel") stars in this powerful story about a mother-daughter relationship which celebrates the preciousness that comes out of adversity. Asia (Alena Yiv) is a single mother to 17-year-old Vika (Shira Haas). Vika's deteriorating health urges Asia t...

  • The Prime Ministers

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    Extended by Popular Demand! | ChaiFlicks is very proud to present THE PRIME MINISTERS, a new limited series of seven critically acclaimed films highlighting the lives of Israel’s iconic Prime Ministers.

    The seven films (and exclusive bonus content) will premiere starting June 15th, with new film...

  • Ben-Gurion, Epilogue

    Movie + 1 extra

    BEN-GURION, EPILOGUE brings to life a lost interview with one of modern history's greatest leaders, David Ben-Gurion. It is 1968, he is 82 and lives in the desert. Ben-Gurion's introspective soul-searching provides a surprising vision for crucial decisions Israel needs to make today. At the time ...

  • Time of Favor


    Winner of Six Israeli Academy Awards including Best Picture! The debut film from filmmaker Joseph Cedar ("Norman", "Footnote", "Beaufort", "Our Boys"), "Time of Favor" weaves an intricate tale of passion, loyalty and conspiracy amidst the contemporary political powder-keg and timeless austere bea...

  • The Syrian Patient


    Under cover of darkness soldiers transfer wounded Syrians into Israel. Military ambulances bring these unknown wounded from the Syrian border. Most of them are unconscious. Maged has lost the lower part of his face. He is brought immediately to the operating room of Dr. Eyal Sela, the director of...

  • A Matter of Size


    A Matter of Size is an Israeli comedy (yes, comedy!) like nothing you’ve seen before, a hilarious and heart-warming tale about a coming out of a different kind: four overweight guys who learn to love themselves through the Japanese sport of sumo wrestling!

    Herzl (Itzik Cohen) has been struggling...

  • My Father, My Lord


    The leader of a small ultra-orthodox community in Tel Aviv, Rabbi Abraham Edelman (Assi Dayan, the star of Israel's "In Treatment") is absolutely inflexible about doctrine. It's a trait that has won him no shortage of respect from his peers, but it's beginning to cause conflict with his son (Ilan...

  • Hagiga: The Story of Israeli Cinema

    1 season

    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 f...

  • Watermarks


    Yaron Zilberman's "wonderful, heartwarming" (LA Times) film Watermarks narrates the story of the champion women swimmers of the legendary Vienna sports club Hakoah. Founded in 1909 in response to the notorious Aryan Paragraph, which forbade most Austrian sports clubs from accepting Jewish athlete...

  • Kingdoms
    1 season


    1 season

    Watch the Complete Series Now! | Hundreds of thousands of people in Israel and around the world belong to the Hasidic movement, a social religious creed, which since its birth over 250 years ago, has changed the face of Judaism. A secular person looking at the Hasidic members from outside views t...

  • Shoelaces


    Beloved Israeli actors Dov Glickman (Shtisel), Evelin Hagoel (The Women's Balcony) and Nevo Kimchi (Footnote, Restoration) star in Israel's heartwarming, award-winning smash hit SHOELACES!

    SHOELACES tells the story of a complicated relationship between an aging father and his special-needs son. ...

  • Box For Life


    Noah Klieger is the last living survivor of the boxing team of Auschwitz and the oldest active journalist in the world. In between, he saw first-hand and survived many of the defining events of the 20th century, and some of the events he may have even steered a bit. 91-year old Klieger is a Jewis...

  • Yana's Friends


    This beloved Israeli classic from director Arik Kaplun explores the lives of Russian immigrants who land in Israel during the time of the Gulf War and must wrestle with the problems of immigrants everywhere: language, culture, money, jobs and love. As Scud missiles fly overhead, the beautiful, pr...

  • Sharon


    In January 2006, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon suffered a stroke, leaving him unconscious for the rest of his life. Only six months earlier, he executed the Disengagement Plan, uprooting thousands of Jewish settlers from the Gaza Strip. Sharon was the last person to expect such measures fro...