The new Israeli film will be the focus of the 21st edition of this year’s Transilvania International Film Festival (TIFF). The program includes powerful films, documentaries and fascinating series, as well as meetings with directors, industry experts and stakeholders who interact with the general public at Cluj-Napoca from June 17th to 26th. It will be. Of the Israeli Embassy in Romania.
Winner of the Jury Prize at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival Ahed’s knee, It is a brave story not only about political censorship but also about mother-child relations against the backdrop of a divided country. A must-see place signed by Nadav Lapid, one of today’s most prominent Israeli filmmakers. The director won the Golden Bear in Berlin in 2019 in his movie “Synonyms”.
Focus Israel will bring to Cluj the latest work signed by director Elan Kolyrin, who was invited to the festival in 2012.Israeli Proposal for Oscar 2021 Morning is coming A comical exploration of the Arab Arab situation in Israel after a man tries to go home after his hometown, which he visited to attend his brother’s wedding, was surrounded by troops overnight and blocked. .. The film premiered in Cannes, Un Certain Regard.
The list of Israeli guests in TIFF 2022 will be opened by director Yair Qedar, who will screen the documentary at the festival. 4th window, About the life and works of the legendary writer Amos Oz, a symbol of Israeli consciousness. Based on archive footage and interviews with famous readers such as Oz’s official biographer, family, or Natalie Portman, Kedal brings the writer’s life to a fourth window featuring many tragedy and unparalleled success. I’m catching it.
Jonathan Agassi Saved My Life, Who’s Gonna Love Me Now? Known to TIFF viewers for documentaries such as. Or Mr. Gaga: A true story of love and dance to get to know his real parents with an adopted family.
Audiences will also have the opportunity to interact with Orit Fouks Rotem, the director of. Cinema Sabaya, Won the debut award at the Jerusalem Film Festival 2021. A provocative film, Cinema Sabaya follows the dynamics of a group of Arab and Jewish women attending film workshops. ..
Controversial Number of roundsThe latest documentary, directed by David Fisher, casts doubt on how the 6 million figures were determined to define the total number of Holocaust victims. The son of the greatest human tragedy survivor, the filmmaker interviews historians, teachers and politicians to find the answer.
The list of novelties proposed by the Israeli director continues The orchestra with a broken instrument (Director Yuval Noah Harari), a documentary that follows a unique musical experiment. A concert was held with 100 musical instrument players, professionals and amateurs. They speak different languages and belong to different generations. They have one thing in common. They all play broken instruments. The result of their exercise turns into an impressive musical performance, which proves that we can make great things out of things we want to throw away.
The Jerusalem Post Image of victory, Avi Nescher’s movie, it’s a “movie victory”. -Kibbutz of Niza Nim is conquered by Egyptian troops and a team of volunteers try to free him. The story is told from two perspectives: the Egyptian propaganda film director and the kibbutz community.
Includes US and Israeli production Movie Food: Break Bread The section following the first Muslim woman who won the Master Chef Show in Israel (Director Beth Elise Hawk). Dr. Nof Atamna-Ismaeel aims not only to cook well, but also to make a difference in society through food. The movie is followed by a traditional dinner. Film hood tickets will be available soon.
Sad city girl It is one of the most popular Israeli television series in recent years. Chosen at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival and created by a trio of Israeli television stars (Rivka Allen, Talya Lavie, Shir Reuven), Sad City Girls is the story of the friendship between two young women in Tel Aviv today. is. Sexy, dramatic, entertaining, their relationship is scrutinized. The three episodes of the series will be screened in TIFF in the Va Urma section and are dedicated to enthusiastic fans.
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