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And the Winners are...

And the Winners are...

The list of all the big winners of the 2014 Jerusalem Film Festival  Read More >


Post Festival Screenings

  • Cathedrals of ...

    A 3D experience about the soul of landmark buildings

  • Short Term 12

    An ensemble of characters whom it is difficult not to ...

  • The Decent One

    Winner of the Best Documentary Film

  • Fringe Story

    A fringe theater group's tour in Europe opens up old wounds

  • Aliza

    The story of mythological actress Aliza Rosen

Screening Schedule > All Films > 

Jerusalem Film Festival

From the biggest film masters to the best classics, from cult films in the making to the best of world cinema...

Master classes, live music, panel and discussions, outdoor screenings, and much more, every day at the Festival...

Please take note of the changes in the screening schedule for Sunday 20.7. The full list of films is now up on the Screening page. Please make sure to check for any screening updates and changes.

Meet Anja Marquardt, director of She's Lost Control

Writer-director Anja Marquardt was born and raised in Berlin when the city was still divided in two. Her personal and national background have strongly shaped her artistic interests. Based in Berlin and NYC, Anja worked in production and development and as commissioning editor for ARTE. An alumna of NYU’s Graduate Film Program, Anja was an IFP Marcie Bloom Fellow and Berlinale Talent for the Script Station Development Lab 2010. Her first feature film, She’s Lost Control world premiered at Berlinale 2014 where it won the CICAE Award.

Meet Ido Mizrahy, director of Patrolman P

Ido Mizrahy’s first feature-length narrative, the award-winning Things That Hang From Trees, had its Israeli premiere at the 2006 Jerusalem Film Festival. It was recently selected to be part of MOMA’s permanent collection. In 2013, Mizrahy’s first feature-length documentary film, the critically acclaimed Patrolman P, premiered at DOC NYC. Mizrahy is currently working on a feature-length documentary about the most gored matador in history.

Meet Alejandro Fernández Almendras, director of To Kill a Man

Chilean director Alejandro Fernández Almendras first studied journalism at the University of Chile and later, filmmaking in New York. He worked as a film critic and photographer, and currently teaches filmmaking in several Chilean Universities. To Kill a Man is his third feature film after Huacho (Semaine de la critique, 2009 Festival de Cannes) and Sentados frente al fuego.

24 Days | 12.7 13:00  /  16.7 10:00

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Alexandre Arcady’s film is wrenching and politically astute

Lisa Nesselson, Screen Daily

Jack | in the presence of the director | 12.7 17:45 / 13.7 19:30

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Edward Berger's well-acted social-realist drama channels the Dardenne brothers and Ken Loach

Guy Lodge, Variety

a magical-realist journey hosted by an imaginative protagonist…

Katie Walsh, Indiewire

I Believe in Unicorns | 11.7 16:00, 13.7 16:15 Read more>>
Swim Little Fish Swim | in the presence of the directors | 11.7 16:15 /  13.7 11:30

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One of those special little films that is utterly impossible not to fall in love with

Don Simpson,

How I Live Now | 10.7 21:45 11.7 9:30 17.7 15:00

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Tender, humane, and searing, How I Live Now stands as something all too rare: a movie about young people that young people may love

Alan Scherstuhl, Village Voice

Stoker | with Park Chan-wook | 12.7 15:30

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A splendidly demented gumbo of Hitchcock thriller, American Gothic fairy tale and a contemporary kink all Park's own

Guy Lodge, Variety