Watch Israeli films with friends in this informal group that meets several times annually. The films are generally in Hebrew with English subtitles. Discussions about the film follow immediately afterwards. To join the Google Mailing List to be notified regarding dates click here or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tsipi Landon coordinates the Moadon Seret.
ISRAELI FILM EVENING A BORROWED IDENTITY
May 7, 2016
The discussion in English focused on how to present issues in film.
Our guest speaker and post-movie discussion moderator is Jeff Deverett, a film and TV producer and distributor. He is a native of Toronto Canada, but now happily lives in San Diego with his wife and two youngest sons. Jeff is President & CEO of San Diego based Deverett Media Group which produces and distributes high quality family movies and TV series. His most recent movie, Full Out, premiered on NBC in Los Angeles and San Diego and has been sold around the world to Disney and Netflix. More here
Jerusalem, a new IMAX film
Jerusalem. Why has it been fought over, destroyed and rebuilt countless times over its 5,000-year history? What made it so important to so many different cultures? A new film from National Geographic, Jerusalem, attempts to answer these questions and more as it takes you on a breathtaking and visually stunning tour of one of the world’s oldest and most enigmatic cities.
Filmed for the first time for the Giant Screen, Jerusalem immerses audiences into one of the world’s most beloved cities. Join renowned archaeologist Dr. Jodi Magness as she travels underground to solve some of this city’s greatest mysteries. Find out why, after thousands of years, Jerusalem and the Holy Land continue to stir the imagination of billions of people. Unprecedented access to Jerusalem’s most sacred sites creates an intimate and engaging portrait of the city, and stunning, never-before-seen aerial photography will leave you in awe of its beauty and majesty. Jerusalem is a unique and stunning cinematic experience. – See more at Jerusalem Film