City Notes: Fall into the arts

As summer fades and the air grows crisper, cozy up for premier film, theater, music and literature events across Israel.

October 8, 2017 15:11
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Singer-songwriter Mariana Maximilian.

Singer-songwriter Mariana Maximilian.. (photo credit: DANIEL KAMINSKY)


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Film fun
Catch the tail end of the 33rd Haifa International Film Festival today and tomorrow, October 13 and 14. Friday’s lineup includes an array of films in English, Hebrew, Afrikaans, Portuguese and more, with full feature-length and shorter options available. Almost all films are slated to have both English and Hebrew subtitles. Tickets must be purchased for individual films and the average price is NIS 46 per person.

The festival also offers “family fun in the piazza,” with free film screenings like Gremlins (Saturday at 7 p.m.) and The Corpse Bride (Saturday at 9:30 p.m.)


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