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Miami Jewish Film Festival offers more movies to stream

Movie lovers, here’s another opportunity to stream films online: The Miami Jewish Film Festival has announced a new partnership with Menemsha Films, a U.S. distributor specializing in Jewish and Israeli cinema, to offer movies for 99 cents to rent or $4.99 to own on Amazon or iTunes.

You can pick from the entirety of Menemsha Films’ catalog online, which includes “24 Days” (directed by Alexandre Arcady, MJFF 2015); “Nicky’s Family” (directed by Matej Minac, MJFF 2012); and “The Interpreter” (directed by Martin Sulík, MJFF 2019). 

These are the films from the festival you can watch on streaming services.

Amazon Video

  • 24 Days (Directed by Alexandre Arcady, MJFF 2015)
  • 1945 (Directed by Ferenc Török, MJFF 2017)
  • Closed Season (Directed by Franziska Schlotterer, MJFF 2014)
  • The Art Dealer (Directed by Francois Margolin, MJFF 2015)
  • In Search of Israeli Cuisine (Directed by Roger Sherman, MJFF 2016)
  • Inside Llewyn Davis (Directed Joel & Ethan Coen, MJFF 2013)
  • The Matchmaker (Directed Avi Nesher, MJFF 2011)
  • Mr. Kaplan (Directed by Alvaro Brechner, MJFF 2015)
  • Rabin, In His Own Words (Directed by Erez Laufer, MJFF 2016)
  • To Dust (Directed by Shawn Snyder, MJFF 2019)
  • Transit (Directed by Christian Petzold, MJFF 2019)
  • Very Semi-Serious (Directed by Leah Wolchok, MJFF 2015)
  • We Shall Not Die Now (Directed by Ashton Gleckman, MJFF 2019)
  • Baba Joon (Directed by Yuval Delshad, MJFF 2016)
  • Blessed is the Match (Directed by Roberta Grossman, MJFF 2009)
  • Crossing Delancey (Directed by Joan Micklin Silver, MJFF 2007)
  • Denial (Directed by Mick Jackson, MJFF 2016)
  • Dough (Directed by John Goldschmidt, MJFF 2016)
  • Fanny’s Journey (Directed by Lola Doillon, MJFF 2017)
  • Foxtrot (Directed by Samuel Maoz, MJFF 2018)
  • Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem (Directed by Ronit & Schlomi Elkabetz, MJFF 2015)
  • God’s Slave (Directed by Joel Novoa, MJFF 2015)
  • The Green Prince (Directed by Nadav Schirman, MJFF 2015)
  • Ida (Directed by Pawel Pawlikowski, MJFF 2014)
  • Indignation (Directed by James Schamus, MJFF 2016)
  • Little White Lie (Directed by Lacey Schwartz, MJFF 2015)
  • Love, Gilda (Directed by Lisa D’Apolito, MJFF 2018)
  • Milk (Directed by Gus Van Sant, MJFF 2016)
  • On the Map (Directed by Dani Menkin, MJFF 2017)
  • Paradise (Directed by Andrei Konchalovsky, MJFF 2017)
  • RBG (Directed by Julie Cohen, MJFF 2018)
  • Supergirl (Directed by Jessie Auritt, MJFF 2017)
  • Watchers of the Sky (Directed by Edet Belzberg, MJFF 2015)
  • What Our Father’s Did: A Nazi Legacy (Directed by David Evans, MJFF 2015)
  • A Fortunate Man (Directed by Bille August, MJFF 2019)
  • A Tale of Love and Darkness (Directed by Natalie Portman, MJFF 2016)
  • Above and Beyond (Directed by Roberta Grossman, MJFF 2015)
  • Amy (Directed by Asif Kapadia, MJFF 2015)
  • Bobbi Jene (Directed by Elvira Lind, MJFF 2017)
  • Bombshell! The Hedy Lamarr Story (Directed by Alexandra Dean, MJFF 2018)
  • For the Love of Spock (Directed by Adam Nimoy, MJFF 2016)
  • Harold and Lillian: A Hollywood Love Story (DIrected by Daniel Raim, MJFF 2017)
  • The Last Resort (Directed by Dennis Scholl & Kareem Tabsch, MJFF 2018)
  • Maktub (Directed by Oded Raz, MJFF 2018)
  • Menashe (Directed by Joshua Weinstein, MJFF 2017)
  • The Meyerowitz Stories (Directed by Noah Baumbach, MJFF 2017)
  • Operation Finale (Directed by Chris Weitz, MJFF 2018)
  • Sandstorm (Directed by Elite Zexer, MJFF 2016)
  • The Tenth Man (Directed by Daniel Burman, MJFF 2017)
  • They Are Everywhere (Directed by Yvan Attal, MJFF 2017)
YouTube (usually free to watch)
  • A Film Unfinished (Directed by Yael Hersonski, MJFF 2010)
  • Aida’s Secrets (Directed by Alon Schwarz, MJFF 2017)
  • An Inconvenient Sequel (Directed by Jon Shank, MJFF 2017)
  • The Decent One (Directed by Vanessa Lapa, MJFF 2015)
  • Dorfman in Love (Directed by Brad Leong, MJFF 2012)
  • East Jerusalem, West Jerusalem (Directed by Erez Miller, MJFF 2016)
  • Free Zone (Directed by Amos Gitai, MJFF 2006)
  • Itzhak (Directed by Alison Chernick, MJFF 2018)
  • Love Is Thicker Than Water (Directed by Ate de Jong, MJFF 2017)
  • Molly’s Game (Directed by Aaron Sorkin, MJFF 2017)
  • The Women’s Balcony (Directed by Emil Ben Shimon, MJFF 2017)
  • The Zigzag Kid (Directed by Vincent Bal, MJFF 2014)

The offer is being provided for a limited time, and some pricing and availability on certain titles may vary. To see all the offerings, click here

This year’s Miami Jewish Film Festival took place Jan. 9-23. If you want to check out any movie you might have missed, or see it again, the festival’s films are available to stream on Netflix, Amazon Prime, iTunes, and YouTube. See what’s available by clicking here

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