Exit: Music examines how anti-Semitism manifested itself in the music industry, how Jewish composers were depicted as incapable of originality by virtue of race, and how the Third Reich hijacked German music for propaganda purposes.
90 Minute War (Milhelmet 90 Hadakot)
A bold satirical comedy, 90 Minute War explores the contemporary Middle East peace process in an entirely new light. After a hundred-year-old conflict, the UN, together with two opposing leaders — the Israeli Prime Minister and the head of the Palestinian Authority — decide that there is only one logical solution to the age-old conflict: a soccer match. The winners get to stay. The losers leave, forever, renouncing any claims over the land. Finally, a solution that will bring an end to all of the dispute and bloodshed. Tackling a serious subject matter with an engagingly entertaining touch, this film was nominated for Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor and Best Editing at the 2015 Ophir Awards (Israeli Oscars).
85 mins / Arabic, English, Hebrew, Portuguese
Director — Eyal Halfon