Jewish streaming

July 30, 2021 by Arts Editor
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ChaiFlicks, the first streaming service devoted to Jewish and Israeli entertainment and culture, is now available throughout Australia and New Zealand.

The service will launch at a monthly subscription price of $7.70 – subscribers can access their first 6 months at 50% off with the code MAZELTOV. ChaiFlicks can be streamed on Apple TV, Apple iOs, Chromecast, as well as on the Android mobile app and Android TV app.

Supporting Jewish and Israeli culture and learning, ChaiFlicks is a streaming platform dedicated solely to Jewish and Israeli movies, tv series, documentaries, short films, theatre, and all varieties of entertainment media.

New to ChaiFlicks in Australia is the moving mother-daughter drama Asia (pictured), starring Unorthodox‘s Shira Haas; German drama When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit, adapted from the beloved children’s book by Judith Kerr; and the gripping and timely Italian drama Thou Shalt Not Hate. 

Subscribers can also see films like award-winning Hungarian drama 1945, Cannes-premiering Gett: the Trial of Viviane Amsalem, and beloved Israeli black comedy The Farewell Party, amongst many others. There’s plenty for documentary aficionados too: Heinrich Himmler doc The Decent One, the Amos Oz-narrated award-winner Censored Voices and mouth-watering film In Search of Israeli Cuisine are just some of the non-fiction fare on offer.

In Australia and New Zealand, ChaiFlicks is presented by the Jewish International Film Festival (JIFF). Beloved by the Australian Jewish community, JIFF is one of the largest and most successful Jewish film festivals globally, presenting the best of Jewish-themed and Israeli films and series in its annual festival. JIFF will bring its decades-long expertise in programming to the ChaiFlicks platform.

Alongside the ChaiFlicks platform, JIFF will continue to deliver its annual and beloved in-cinema festival showcasing Australian premiere features and series from across the globe. The 2021 edition of the festival will screen in cinemas across Australia in October and November.

The Jewish International Film Festival is a global partner on ChaiFlicks.

“The launch of a dedicated quality Jewish streaming service in Australia and internationally is exciting and will provide Jewish Film Festival content all year round.” — Jewish International Film Festival directors Eddie and Lindy Tamir

ChaiFlicks will provide its subscribers with a single destination to engage, learn, laugh, cry, be inspired and be exposed to the world’s renowned actors, directors and filmmakers in a wide range of genres and languages for a multi-generational culturally-aware audience through a Jewish lens.

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