Thirty-three Israeli films to be shown for NIS 10 on Israeli Film Day

The films will include Israeli movies that have premiered this year, as well as movies that have not yet been released.

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October 13, 2018 22:45
Jerusalem Film Festival opening event at Sultan's Pool, July 28, 2018

Jerusalem Film Festival opening event at Sultan's Pool, July 28, 2018. (photo credit: NOAM PREISMAN)

 
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Thirty-three Israeli movies will be shown at theaters all over the country for just NIS 10 on Wednesday, October 17, to celebrate the fifth annual Israeli Film Day, which this year will also mark 70 years of Israeli cinema.

These films will include Israeli movies that have premiered this year, as well as movies that have not yet been released.

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The previously released films include Holy Air, Laces, The Cakemaker and The Unorthodox. Avi Nesher’s latest film, The Other Story, will be screened a few days ahead of its premiere. Other upcoming films include Working Woman, Virgins, Here and Now, Fig Tree and Uri Zohar Returns.

Actress Nitza Shaul, who starred in the classic The Policeman by Ephraim Kishon, as well as the current television series, Shtisel, will be an honored with an award.

Short films and children’s films will also be shown for NIS 10.

Israeli Film Day is an initiative of the Culture and Sport Ministry and the Film Industry Association.

For screening times and information, check with individual theaters.


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