“One of the most stunningly beautiful movies you’ll see all year.” - Miami Herald
“...gripping period drama offers a fresh, intelligent cinematic approach.” — Variety
“...a powerful and beautifully made film.” — Indiewire
“A movie about an Israeliness that dreams, aspires, insists, confronts, struggles and comes to the point of defeat, and it is Green’s best, most complex, complete and touching work to date. This is a version of Israeliness we have yet to see on the screen, tender and full of longing despite its hardships.” - Haaretz
“A touching father-son drama that finds universal emotion in an unlikely place.” - Indiewire
“Brilliant new Yiddish mumblecore heartbreaker… an absolute must-see.” - Tablet Magazine
“A quiet triumph… an engaging drama of intimate detail and considerable humanity.” - The Guardian
“A gentle human comedy.” – The New York Times
Seamlessly incorporating animation that brings Hans and Margret to life, Ema Ryan Yamazaki’s debut documentary charts the creation and journey of Curious George, and celebrates the Reys’ extraordinary creative collaboration amidst the chaos of a world at war.
Moritz Daniel Oppenheim, the so-called ‘painter of the Rothschilds and the Rothschild of painters’, was the first Jewish painter of the modern era. This powerful documentary explores the seminal artist’s traces - and lingering impact - across Germany, France and Israel.
Russian Jews: Film Two—1914 - 1948 captures a 30-year period of significant Jewish participation in every domain of Soviet political and cultural life including Leon Trotsky's role as the founder of the Red Army; artist Marc Chagall's early career; the first Soviet popular music stars; writers, with Isaac Babel in the lead, and other figures and fates, without which the grandiose Soviet ‘project’ is impossible to understand.