Israeli Talent Shorts

Part of the UK Jewish Film Festival

Cinema

One won an Academy Award, two others screened at Cannes. The films in the strand may not all tell Israeli stories but they were all made with 100% Israeli talent.

Anna

Anna, a middle-aged single mother, lives in a small industrial town in war-torn Eastern Ukraine. Despite not having been out for years, she is lured by a radio advertisement to attend a party of foreign men who are touring the country, searching for love.

How to Swim

Abigail wishes her late mum could be there for her when she herself becomes a mother. But someone else might unwittingly fulfil that role if only for one short but sweet afternoon. 

Shabbos Kallah

Daniella’s Shabbos Kallah is going according to plan until her sexually aware and slightly tactless best friend Elka opens her mouth. Hilarious and irreverent, Shabbos Kallah is a short you wish was longer. Warning: film contains strong verbal references to sexual behaviour.  

Rubber Dolphin

Two young men spend their first night together. Will their incredible passion develop and grow into love? A beautiful Israeli short which was screened in the Cinefondation selection at the Cannes Film Festival in 2018.  

Skin

Israeli filmmaker Guy Nattiv’s Oscar-winning short is a shocking and brutal account of racial hatred in America today and its implications on future generations. Warning: film contains scenes of violence.  

Venue

JW3 Cinema
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