JFF ON THE GO 2019
22.07-03.08 every evening at 20:30
New film. new neighbourhood
Popcorn / stars above / dress warm
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In the beginning of the 1980s, a guy off the streets, with absolutely no knowledge in politics, whose daughter is kicked out of school based on her ethnic background, decides to form a revolutionary socialist political party.
Menachem, a former frontman for a rock band, is now religious. When his daughter is diagnosed with cancer, he must find a creative solution to fund the treatments. Menachem reunites his band for one last tour.
Thirteen years after being kicked out of Israel for allegedly lying about his age, African footballer Tony Toklomati will meet his son for the first time. The child’s mother will need to decide whether she wants to reunite for good.
Jonah Hill debuts as writer-director in this beautiful film about the Los Angeles skating scene during the mid-1990s. The life of 13-year-old Stevie takes a turn when befriends a group of older skaters and catches the skating fever.
Johnny believes in the future of Africa. His wife, Therese, doesn't any more. He dreams of returning home with advanced Western knowledge. When their viewpoints collide, the family's fate is forever altered.
Pawel Pawlikowski’s masterpiece, which won the Best Director Award at the 2018 Cannes Festival and was nominated this year for three Oscars, follows a complex love story that begins in 1950s Europe and develops over several decades.
A dark romantic comedy about Ronen Matalon, a Jerusalemite offering guided tours of famous terror attack sites along Jaffa Road.
In contemporary Miami, a broke African American preacher is made a tempting money offer. He does not imagine that the potential benefactor is an FBI agent, and that the offer is in fact bait intended to frame him for illegal actions.