The Seder tells the story of Leo and Mitchell - a gay couple who keep telling each other they are in love.
UK Jewish Film is delighted to announce that the 18th annual showcase of contemporary Jewish film will take place in 14 cinemas across London (including the BFI Southbank, Curzon Mayfair and JW3) as well as various venues in Manchester, Leeds, Nottingham and Glasgow.
Tom Shoval's Youth is a delicately told and wonderfully written comment on family, circumstances, economic injustice and gender issues whilst also commenting on the boundaries that the youth of today are willing to break to get what they feel they are entitled to.
This Is Where I Leave You Review For all of its feigned good intentions, it is as hollow as an empty coffin. I’m not angry, I’m just disappointed. I’m surprised that that wonderful cliché didn’t make it into a script littered with them
Brian Knappenberger's The Internet's Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz, is the most important, profound and urgent documentary you are likely to watch this year.
The Ninth Cloud, the latest from Jane Spencer, is possibly best described as a dark existential comedy, which of course is putting several layers of expectation around the film before the audience has even begun to uncover the true meaning.