Exclusive screening and Q&A with lead actor, Michael Moshonov

As part of this year’s Israeli Film Festival- SERET, we are excited to host an exclusive charity screening of the comedy film,
HUMMUS FULL TRAILER and a special Q&A session with lean actor – Michael Moshonov. 

Sunday 21th May, 4:00pm – 7:00pm
JW3 Cinema – 341-351 Finchley Rd, London NW3 6ET
£20 Per Person 

*Each of our guests will enjoy a 10% discount voucher to use at the JW3 Baladyt coffee shop.

Spaces are limited –
Please click to book early and  to avoid disappointment!

אנו נרגשים לקחת חלק השנה בפסטיבל הסרטים הישראלי בלונדון ולארח הקרנה  בלעדית לסרט הקומי- חומוס פול טריילר ולמפגש שאלות- תשובות מיוחד עם השחקן המוביל בסרט- מיכאל מושונוב

יום ראשון ה 21.5 בין השעות 4-7 אחר הצהריים
 עשרים פאונד בלבד לכרטיס

הכרטיס לסרט כולל קופון הטבה של 10 אחוז הנחה בבית הקפה בלאדי

מספר המקומות מוגבל – מומלץ לשריין מקומות בהקדם כדי למנוע אכזבה
להזמנת כרטיסים לחצו כאן

About the film – HUMMUS FULL TRAILER:
Prepare to laugh out loud as you embark on a hilarious journey through a comedy of errors in this heart-warming film about three dubious trailers that arrive in Israel.  The trailers are imported by a couple of Arabs, gay florists, and Orthodox Jews. Due to an error in the harbour, they all receive the wrong shipment. Johnny, a young groom is thrown into the mix by his mobster father, who is in the midst of a gangster war with their family’s nemesis and needs one of the trailers. Johnny now needs to fix the mess in order to get married on time.The characters are charmingly flawed, and their interactions are both endearing and side-splitting.

Overall, this film is a delightful romp that will leave you feeling uplifted and entertained. The perfect choice for anyone in need of a good laugh and a reminder to not take life too seriously.

About SERET – International:

SERET-International, the Israeli Film & TV festival opens its 12th edition in the UK during 18th-25th May, 2023. SERET-International is the largest Israeli Film festival in the world, featuring the best in contemporary Israeli cinema. Founded in London in 2012, the festival has since expanded to several countries around the world, including Germany, Netherlands, Chile & Argentina.

The festival showcases a diverse selection of films including documentaries, feature films and shorts all created by Israeli and Jewish filmmakers from around the globe. As every year, the programme of the festival is varied and fascinating and Israeli directors from all over the country have artfully interwoven different aspects of Israeli society to create a captivating mosaic of Israel’s story. The festival will focus this year on female narrative in Israeli cinema and on films made by women creators.


Photo credit : Vitaly Friedland