Cinematheque

Struggle for liberation highlights J’lem Women’s Film Festival

In addition to the Jerusalem Cinematheque, screenings and events will be held at other venues around the city.

A MUSLIM and a Jew work together to care for young adults with autism in ‘The Specials.’
French comedy to open Jewish Film Festival

The Specials tells the story of a Muslim and a Jew who work together to care for young adults with autism, and it is based on the true-life story.

‘Youth Unstoppable’ (2018) explores the rise of a global youth climate movement and will be screened
Human rights featured at Solidarity film fest

Tel Aviv festival will hold a special homage to the late writer and artist Amos Kenan.

Phil Grabsky to present films on artists at Jerusalem Cinematheque

He will also be appearing at the cinematheques in Tel Aviv, Herzliya and Holon.

Artists, public figures, members of the public seek to stop advancement of controversial bill
Hundreds protest ‘cultural loyalty bill’ in Tel Aviv

Artists, public figures, members of the public sought to stop advancement of controversial bill.

'First Man'
The absolute best

The Haifa Film Festival brims over with excellent movies from around the world.

Haifa Film Festival to show the absolute best from around the world

The films will be shown at the Haifa Cinematheque and many other theaters around the city, and there will be a virtual reality exhibit and many outdoor events.

Isle of Dogs
World premiers and distinguished guests

The 35th Jerusalem Film Festival opens next week

‘The Road to Babi Yar’ still evokes shock

The film exposes, for the first time, the silent genocide that occurred alongside the Holocaust.

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