Hummus the Movie

Poster for Hummus the Movie Hummus – the superfood sweeping America – has the power to connect Muslims, Christians and Jews… in the Middle East, America and around the world. Beyond cultural, religious and political divides, three colorful characters – a hardworking Muslim woman, an ever-smiling Jew and a young, restless Christian Arab – share one thing in common… a delicious passion for Hummus!

70 minutes
Oren Rosenfeld

Shown at

  1. 19th Annual Lenore Marwil Jewish Film Festival (Detroit) - 2017
  2. 8th Annual Sioux City Jewish Film Festival - 2017
  3. Boulder Jewish Film Festival - 2017
  4. Budapesti Zsidó és Izraeli Filmfesztivál - 2017
  5. Copenhagen Jewish Film Festival - 2017
  6. Indianapolis Israeli Film Festival - 2017
  7. Jerusalem Jewish Film Festival - 2015
  8. Jewish Film Festival Berlin & Brandenburg - 2020
  9. JewishFilm - 2017
  10. Judaica - Mostra de Cultura e Cinema - 2017
  11. Jüdische Filmtage in München - 2019
  12. Kansas City Jewish Film Festival - 2017
  13. Maine Jewish Film Festival - 2018
  14. Miami Jewish Film Festival - 2017
  15. Milwaukee Jewish Film Festival - 2017
  16. Morris and Mollye Fogelman International Jewish Film Festival - 2018
  17. New Jersey Jewish Film Festival - 2017
  18. New York Jewish Film Festival - 2017
  19. Sacramento Jewish Film Festival - 2018
  20. Toledo Jewish Film Festival - 2017

4 Responses

  1. 72 Minutes (2016)
    Berlin Jewish film festival 2016
    San Francisco Jewish Film Festival 2016
    Omaha Jewish Film Festival 2016
    Palm Beach Jewish film Festival 2016.
    Seattle International film festival 2016.

  2. Hi I’m the director of Hummus! The Movie and its a 70 minute film not 59 as mentioned here.
    Jewish film festivals it attended so far:
    2)San Francisco
    8)Hong kong
    10)Sau Paulo
    And many other non Jewish festivals including Seattle International Film festival.

    • jewishfilmfests says:

      I corrected the length of the film on this site. FYI: As we add those festivals one by one along with what films are shown there the list of festivals showing under your movie will also grow accordingly.

  3. Rabbi Blum says:

    I showed the film Hummus for a Synagogue Selichot program.
    A clever idea, but too involved family stories.
    It wasn’t as enjoyable as I hoped!

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