Anita (Argentina: 2008): A Down syndrome Jewish girl wanders the streets of Buenos Aires in search of her mother after the AMIA bombing.

Family Law (Argentina, France, Italy, Spain): Jewish son and father explore their differences and similarities.

Gaby: A True Story (Mexico, USA: 2004): Daughter of Austrian Jewish refugees overcomes cerebral palsy to become a famous author.

God’s Slave (Argentina Venezuela: 2013): Israeli agent tracks an Islamic terrorist intent on attacking Jews after the AMIA bombing. Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Tubi, YouTube.

Havana Curveball (Canada, Cuba, USA: 2014): Bar-mitzvah boy brings baseballs to kids in Cuba where his grandfather fled during the Holocaust.

The Last Suit (Argentina, Spain: 2017): Jewish tailor goes to Poland to find the man who saved him during World War II. HBO Go, HBO Now, Hulu.

Leona (Mexico: 2018): Jewish woman falls in love with a Gentile.  Her family objects. Kanopy.

Mr. Kaplan (German, Spain, Uruguay): Elderly Jewish immigrant in Uruguay believes he has located a Nazi war criminal living there. Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Tubi, Vudu, YouTube.

Mamaliga Blues (Brazil, Moldova, USA: 2014): Brazilian Jewish man goes to Moldova to search the grave of an ancestor.

My Mexican Shivah (Mexico: 2007): Sitting shivah for the deceased patriarch of their family, its members come to terms with each other. Amazon, Sling TV.

Nora’s Will (Mexico: 2008): Dying on the eve of Passover, a woman’s plans for the Seder bring her family back together.

The Tenth Man (Argentina: 2016): Man returns to the old Jewish neighborhood in Buenos Aires to reconnect with his father.  Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Netflix, Vudu, YouTube.

Whiskey (Argentina, Germany, Spain, Uruguay: 2004): When his brother unexpectedly shows up in Uruguay, a man enlists an employee to pretend she is his wife. Amazon, Netflix.

The Year My Parents Went on Vacation  (Brazil: 2006): When a boy’s parents go into hiding to evade persecution, an elderly Jewish man who shares his passion for soccer befriends him.

Republished from San Diego Jewish World