Rome hosts Jewish film festival

An Israeli- and Jewish-themed film festival is under way this week in Rome.

By JTA
November 8, 2006 08:29

 
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An Israeli- and Jewish-themed film festival is under way this week in Rome. Called the Roma Kolno'a Festival, it focuses on four themes: contemporary Israeli film, the spy story in Israel- and Jewish-themed films, the influence of the Holocaust on the films of survivor and filmmaker Roman Polanski, and a homage to Israeli filmmaker Uri Zohar. The six-day event opened Saturday night with the 2004 Israeli film Metallic Blues, introduced by director Danny Verete.


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