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2015 Winners

2015 Winners

Congratulations to all the winners of the 2015 JFF  Read More >

Audience Choice

Audience Choice

Additional screenings of Festival films chosen by the audience  Read More >

Cinema Nights

Cinema Nights

An exhilarating cinematic experience, full of action, adventure, and fantasy in the Old City.  Read More >

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At the Festival

  • 19.7 | 18:00

    Hotline

    Documentray Award

  • 19.7 | 20:00

    Wedding Doll

    Debut Award

  • 19.7 | 22:00

    Krisha

    Thanksgiving dinner. What on earth could go wrong?

  • 19.7 | 22:00

    Tikkun

    Best Israeli Full lEngth Film Award

Screening Schedule > All Films > 

Jerusalem Film Festival

The best of international and Israeli cinema in ten days of cinematic magic

Celebrate the wold of cinema with the Festival events, from outdorr screenings to film worshops

Please take note of the changes in the screening schedule
Saturday at the Festival... For more photos>>>
Ph.: Nir Shaanani
Friday at the Festival: Jesus is in town, Israeli competition gears up, the stras come out, and everyone enjoys moments of cinematic magic For more photos>>>
Ph.: Nir Shaanani

Opening night of the 2015 JFF

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Ph.: Nir Shaanani

It's written, shot, cut and performed with such palpable joy, intelligence and warmth that it ends up feeling entirely fresh 

Oliver Lyttelton, Oliver Lyttelton

My Golden Years | 11.7 17:00 | 16.7 18:00 | 17.7 22:15

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It’s a must-see for anyone interested in the mind of a major auteur

Jordan Mintzer, Hollywood Reporter

Fassbinder: to Love Without Demands | 10.7 21:45 >>>

This off-the-wall film essay entertains hugely while it makes the audience squirm in their seats 

Deborah Young, Hollywood Reporter

In the Basement | 10.7 18:30 | 14.7 20:30 | 16.7 21:30

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Second Mother | 10.7 21:45 | 15.7 12:30 | 17.7 17:15

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Beautifully written and acted with precision, this film's a winner

Boyd van Hoeij, Hollywood Reporter

Victoria | 10.7 15:30 | 13.7 15:00

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If Luc Besson had somehow been born the third Dardenne brother, the trio might have produced something like this

Guy Lodge, Variety

Think of “Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet” as a gift

Peter Debruge, Variety

Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet | 10.7 12:15 | 16.7 11:00

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Lucifer | 10.7 10:00 | 14.7 18:15

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This unclassifiable work has some moments of real beauty, and others of visionary delight

Lee Marshall, Screen Daily

An impressive debut that flays alive India’s judicial system thanks to an intelligent, superbly understated script

Jay Weissberg, Variety

Court | 10.7 22:15 | 18.7 13:00

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This is a sublime, comic journey, and a superb Lily has seldom been better 

Brandon Judell, Huffington Post

Grandma | 10.7 20:00 | 16.7 20:15 | 18.7 14:30

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The Assassin | 10.7 17:30 | 15.7 15:00 | 18.7 19:45

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Shot for shot, it’s perhaps the most ravishingly beautiful film Hou has ever made

Justin Chang, Variety

Listen Up Philip | 10.7 15:15 | 14.7 15:45

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[An] indisputably talented work for its risk-taking, dark humor and barbed portraiture of creative individuals

Todd McCarthy, Hollywood Reporter

The naturalistic style of the storytelling is stealthily enthralling, as is the lead performance

Joe Leydon, Variety

The Lesson | 10.7 20:00 | 16.7 20:15

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Krisha | 10.7 16:30 | 13.7 20:00 | 19.7 22:00

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Trey Edward Shults makes a knockout feature writing-directing debut with this gripping psychological portrait

Justin Chang, Variety

This is an exciting, creative and exhilarating jolt of cinema

Jordan Hoffman, The Guardian

Heaven Knows What | 9.7 22:00 | 13.7 22:00 | 16.7 11:30

I've never taken LSD and wandered around a film archive, but I imagine the experience might be similar to The Forbidden Room

Jordan Hoffman, The Guardian

The Forbidden Room | 9.7 19:15 | 11.7 16:00 | 17.7 17:30 >>>

In the Shadow of Women | 9.7 15:00 | 10.7 18:15 | 16.7 12:45

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A tightly focused romantic drama that exudes the narrative terseness of a good short story and the lucid craftsmanship of a filmmaker in full command of the medium

Scott Foundas, Variety

It is an overwhelming story, and despite everyone knowing the ending, it is as gripping as a thriller

Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

Amy | 11.7 21:45 | 17.7 19:30

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Trainwreck | 10.7 22:15 | 16.7 22:00

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Trainwreck is more than funny. It's also wise, and that hard-won wisdom makes this a can't-miss

Drew McWeeny, HitFix