‘The Simpsons,’ for a change

"I am very happy to be coming to a country with a sense of humor!"

July 27, 2016 11:50
The Simpsons

‘We really had no idea what the show would become’: Writer Mike Reiss with ‘The Simpsons.’. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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Yes, folks. It’s coming up to that time of the year again when we adults can let our hair down – for some of us, what’s left of it – and get into some good old, generally wholesome “childish” entertainment. The junior fun fare on offer comes courtesy of the 16th edition of Animix, International Animation, Comics & Caricature Festival, which will take place at its regular berth, the Tel Aviv Cinematheque, August 2-6.

Naturally, as usual, Animix has plenty laid on for the actual junior age group, too, with its regular spread of kiddies- oriented cartoons and hands-on activities spread across the five days.


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