Anglo-Jewish Films

Films with British-Jewish narratives, characters, major actors, directors , settings more.
1922 Oliver Twist.
1948 Oliver Twist. Dir. David Lean.
1950. The Night and the CIty. Dir. Jules Dassin.
1955 A Kid for Two Farthings. Dir. Carol Reed.
1960. Hand in Hand. Dir. Philip Leacock.
1963. THe Small World of Sammy Lee Dir. Ken Hughes.
1968 Oliver! Dir. Carol Reed.
1981 Chariots of Fire. Dir. Hugh Hudson.
1981. An American Werewolf in London. Dir. John Landis.
1984. THe Little Drummer Girl Dir. George Roy Hill.
1988. A World Apart.. Dir. Chris Menges.
1993. Leon the Pig Farmer. Dir. Vadim Jean.
1998. The Governess. Dir. Sandra Goldbacher.
2003. Wondrous Oblivion. Dir. Paul Morrison.
2006. Sixty Six. Dir. Paul Weiland.
2008. Broken Lines. Dir. Sallie Aprahamian.
2010. The Infidel. Dir. Josh Appiganesi.
2011. Lipstikka. Dir.Jonathan Sagall.

Jewish Film Books:
Abrams, Nathan. The New Jew in Film. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers UP, 2012.
Baron, Lawrence. The Modern Jewish Experience in WOrld Cinema. Waltham, MA: Brandeis UP, 2011.
Bernheimer, Kathryn. The Fisty Greatest Jewish Movies:A Critic’s Ranking of the Very Best.Scranton, NJ:Carol, 1998. (Oliver, Oliver Twist, Chariots of Fire, A Kid for Two Farthings.
Samberg, Joel. Reel Jewish. New York: Jonathan David, 2000.

Jewish American Film Books:
Bial, Henry. Acting Jewish: Negotiating Ethnicity on the American Stage and Screen. Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan UP, 2005.
Blacher Cohen, Sarah. Ed. From Hester Street to Hollywood.Bloomington, IN: Indiana UP, 1983.
Brook, Vincent Ed. You Should See Yourself: Jewish Identity in Postmordern American Culture. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers UP, 2006.
Erens, Patricia. The Jew in American Cinema. Bloomington, IN: Indiana UP, 1984.


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