Monthly Screenings

Cause of Death

Dir.: Ramy A. Katz
| 79 minutes

Ten years after the death of policeman Salim Barakat in a terror attack, his brother Jamal investigates the identity of Salim’s killer and whether the police is withholding information.

Jonathan Agassi Saved My Life

Dir.: Tomer Heymann
| 106 minutes

Jonathan Agassi is one of the world’s most successful gay porn stars. A rare and intimate look at the world of porn and escorting, as well as a unique mother and son relationship, redefining familiar family norms.

King Bibi

Dir.: Dan Shadur
| 87 minutes

The remarkable and controversial story of Benjamin Netanyahu’s rise to power, reflected through four decades of public appearances that changed Israel forever.

My War Hero Uncle

Dir.: Shaked Goren
| 52 minutes

Ami was killed in the 1967 War. 50 years later, Shaked, the film's director and Ami's nephew comes upon a family secret. In between visits to his grandma, Shaked seeks to uncover the truth behind Ami's life and death.

The Oslo Diaries

Dir.: Mor Loushy, Daniel Sivan
| 110 minutes

Personal diaries by Israeli and Palestinian negotiators, never-before-seen archives and exclusive interviews, create a dramatic journey into the backstage of the Oslo peace accords.


Dir.: Gad Aisen, David Ofek, Shir Ben
| 70 minutes

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.

Wild Kids

Dir.: Tal Pesses
| 52 minutes

Tucked away in an abandoned shelter, “Wild Kids” create surreal and fantastic characters. For these children of Russian immigrant artists, radical animation films are a refuge from a hostile world.

Zohar – The Return

Dir.: Dani Rosenberg, Yaniv Segalovich
| 70 minutes

Decades after leaving entertainment to become a Rabbi, Uri Zohar, a pioneer of Israeli cinema, is directing once again. As he tells the story of a dancer who discovers her faith, we get a glimpse into his own personal journey.