Spiro Ark host regular film events showcasing the best of Jewish & Israeli cultrual film. The performances are open to everyone so no matter your cultural or religious background please do pop into our venue in Baker Street, London, to watch traditional Jewish Films. You can book tickets to our film events below or you can read about past film performances by reading our Jewish Film Reviews.
An Israeli Love Story (2017) directed and produced by Dan Wolman
‘An Israeli Love Story’ gives the viewer an insight into fascinating history of Israeli state in its making. It also represents a great opportunity to brush up on your Hebrew.
The film is based on the true
This is the story of two brothers who for decades feared to meet.
Attempting to repress their past and build new lives, the brothers buried dark secrets in their hearts. Only when rare letters were found, letters from their parents who were in a concentration camp at the time,
Sunday 17th June 2018 at 7pm
Israel, France, 2016 | Documentary, 55/70 min.
Director: Yariv Mozer
Producers: Yariv Mozer, Yael Perlov, Patrick Winocour & Guigon Juliette
“A wistful ode to a lost generation of leaders who viewed simplicity as a virtue even as they strove for giant goals.”
Harmonia (2016) directed by ORI SIVAN
Synopsis: Harmonia is a modern adaptation of the mythological triangle between the childless Abraham and Sarah and young Hagar.
Sarah is the harpist of the Jerusalem Philharmonic; Abraham is its almighty conductor. When Hagar, a young horn player from East Jerusalem joins the
DIMONA TWIST DIRECTED BY MICHAL AVIAD (2016)
Spiro Ark and Central Synagogue present a film evening and discussion.
Synopsis: Seven women arrive in Israel by ship in the 1950s and 1960s and are sent straight to Dimona, a town recently established in the desert. They now open up and
DIRECTED AND PRODUCED BY DROR SHOCHET
This meditative film explores the role of the tree in diverse environments and in the lives of five characters both Jewish and Arab: a doctor, a farmer, an artist, a lumberjack and one for whom nature is his home. The relationship between
Directed by Yoav Shamir (2008)
What is anti-Semitism today,two generations after the Holocaust?
In his continuing exploration of modern Israeli life, director Yoav Shamir (Checkpoint, 5 Days, Flipping Out) travels the world in search of the most modern manifestations of the oldest hatred and comes up with some