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Festival Montpellier - A salute to its 39th edition
Since 1995, the Suzanne Dellal Center has received support from the Foreign Affairs Ministry to host the event
The Jerusalem Post highlights what will be taking place throughout the city this summer.
Israel's capital will be transformed with dazzling artistic light displays.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
In a not so distant past, Polishook – who is very active on the local vocal and operatic stage, together with his friends – was a member of the Israeli Bach Soloists ensemble.
By MAXIM REIDER
Politicians from the Center-Left and Center-Right sent their warm wishes to the Muslim worshipers in Israel over Twitter and Facebook.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
The festival will feature authentic Arabic and Andalusian music, and will give the audience a glimpse of its roots and history, alongside the story of Acre and its residents.
By HANNAH BROWN
The award – in the amount of NIS 5,000 – will be given to the winner of the short, independent film competition at the festival.
“They’re in a sub-genre. It’s kind of hard to say what CamelPhat’s genre is because they cross tracks."
By SHANNA FULD
The opening-night film this year is Yuval Hadadi’s first feature-length film, 15 Years, an offbeat look at the LGBT bourgeoisie, which tells the story of a successful gay architect.
The 2019 documentary ‘Lea Tsemel, advocate’ won best film award in Tel Aviv film festival.
The festival will welcome a Hollywood luminary, David Zucker, the legendary director/writer of such comedy classics as Airplane!, Top Secret and The Naked Gun series.
Sarit Hadad, Shabbat services and North African rhythms will be part of a festival celebrating the musical heritage of Mediterranean peoples, both Jews and Muslims.
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