Mayors to meet with actors, directors on Ariel boycott

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November 16, 2010 07:28

 
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Representatives of local authorities were set to meet with theater managers, the actors' union, film an television producers and the directors' union in an attempt to bring an end to the artists' boycott of Ariel on Tuesday, Army Radio reported.

The mayors attending the meeting, which Cultural Minister Limor Livnat was invited to, intend to "find a solution that will strengthen culture and lot weaken it and create a productive dialogue between the two sides," according to the report.

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