Film: Some good advice

Festival director Alesia Weston highlights what to see at the Jerusalem Film Festival.

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July 4, 2013 12:43
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Alesia Weston has a special place in her heart for indie films.

Alesia Weston 521. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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It’s a couple of days before the opening of the 30th Jerusalem Film Festival, which runs from July 4 to13 at the Jerusalem Cinematheque, and festival director Alesia Weston has dozens of details to take care of. But she’s happy that one of them is sitting down with The Jerusalem Post to offer some recommendations of which films to see out of the nearly 200 features, documentaries, shorts and video art that will be shown.

Weston, formerly the associate director of the Sundance Institute’s International Feature Film program, part of the Sundance Labs, has a place in her heart for indie films from around the world.

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