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Restoring the Israeli films of yesteryear

The Israeli Film Archive of the Jerusalem Cinematheque is launching an international website that will make rare archival materials accessible in digital format.


Grapevine: All things Japanese

Movers and shakers in Israeli society.

'Black Notebooks', Shlomi Elkabetz’s new film, premiers in Tel Aviv

The film, provides a rare, singular glimpse into the tumultuous life of the late Ronit Elkabetz, one of the greatest actresses in the history of Israeli cinema.


Grapevine December 1, 2021: Jewish mean time

Movers and shakers in Israeli society.

Holon Mediatheque opens first children’s cinematheque in Israel

The Children’s Cinematheque is located inside the Mediatheque complex in Holon, an accessible and easy-to-reach compound with a large free parking lot.

Black and white crime classics to be screened at Film Noir festival

The Film Noir festival features film classics at the Jerusalem and Tel Aviv Cinematheques starting on Tuesday.

Jerusalem highlights: Week of October 8-14

Don't know what to do in Jerusalem the coming week? Here's a list of suggestions.

Jerusalem Cinematheque to host fundraiser for African asylum-seekers

Jerusalem Cinematheque will screen Flee, a movie about Afghan refugees to raise funds for asylum seekers.

 Quentin Tarantino with Navot Papushado, director of Big Bad Wolves at the Jerusalem Film Festival (

Tarantino gets standing ovation at Jerusalem film fest Cannon Group tribute

Tarantino recalled how much he and his friends loved the Cannon movies and dreamed of meeting Golan and Globus and making movies for them.

'AN AFFAIR to remember'

Romantic Movies to be screened at Cinematheque for Tu Be'av

The series of 20 movies that will be shown throughout 10 days features classics and recent films

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