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Art in Dialogue 2020/21

6 sessions, once a month, Wed., 18:00-21:00 and one tour in the Israel Museum (to take place in March 2021)

Price: 590 NIS / Members: 520 NIS

The series will take place online and if possible in the Halls (please note that the online events will take place a week following the schedule published here).

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Wednesday 11.11.20 11.11.20
18:00
18:00
Cinematheque 2
Cinematheque 2
2020-11-11 18:00:00 2020-11-11 20:30:00 Asia/Jerusalem Turner – My Script <p>Speaker (in Heb.): Dr. Gillit Ivgy</p> Cinematheque Jerusalem Cinematheque

Turner – My Script

Speaker (in Heb.): Dr. Gillit Ivgy

Mr. Turner

Dir.: Mike Leigh
| 150 minutes

A stunning portrait of one of the greatest painters in history, William Turner. "Leigh's glorious picture is a hilarious, confounding, wholehearted and dazzlingly performed portrait of an artist as an ageing man" (Empire Magazine). 

Wednesday 23.12.20 23.12.20
18:00
18:00
Cinematheque 2
Cinematheque 2
2020-12-23 18:00:00 2020-12-23 20:30:00 Asia/Jerusalem Painter, Model, Portraiture – On the Tradition of Nuptial Painting <p>Speaker (in Heb.): Mira Lapidot</p> Cinematheque Jerusalem Cinematheque

Painter, Model, Portraiture – On the Tradition of Nuptial Painting

Speaker (in Heb.): Mira Lapidot

Portrait of a Lady on Fire

Dir.: Céline Sciamma
| 120 minutes

France, 1770. Marianne is commissioned to paint the wedding portrait of the aristocratic Heloise. But the bride refuses, and Marianne is forced to paint her in private. An enchanting, breathtaking, fascinating and passionate work, with masterful cinematography and extraordinary performances.

Wednesday 20.01.21 20.01.21
18:00
18:00
Cinematheque 2
Cinematheque 2
2021-01-20 18:00:00 2021-01-20 20:30:00 Asia/Jerusalem Between Technology and Art: From De Vinci to Jobs <p>Speaker (in Heb.): Eldad Ziv</p> Cinematheque Jerusalem Cinematheque

Between Technology and Art: From De Vinci to Jobs

Speaker (in Heb.): Eldad Ziv

The Imitation Game

Dir.: Morten Tyldum
| 114 minutes

The Imitation Game depicts the story of legendary cryptanalyst Alan Turing who, with the help of a group of mathematicians and chess players, cracked the German Enigma code during WWII. This nail-biting tale comes to life with an impressive performance by Benedict Cumberbatch.

Wednesday 17.02.21 17.02.21
18:00
18:00
Cinematheque 2
Cinematheque 2
2021-02-17 18:00:00 2021-02-17 20:30:00 Asia/Jerusalem Banksy: The Man that Fooled the Art World <p>Speaker (in Heb.): Yonatan Gat</p> Cinematheque Jerusalem Cinematheque

Banksy: The Man that Fooled the Art World

Speaker (in Heb.): Yonatan Gat

Exit Through the Gift Shop

Dir.: Banksy
| 89 minutes

Banksy presents another clever work of art dealing with the eternal conflicts of the art world: genuineness vs. fabrication, commercialization vs. asceticism, subversion vs. compliance. The result is a must see.

Wednesday 17.03.21 17.03.21
18:00
18:00
Cinematheque 2
Cinematheque 2
2021-03-17 18:00:00 2021-03-17 20:30:00 Asia/Jerusalem Suspending Disbelief: On Illusions and Trickery <p>Speaker (in Heb.): Daniela Shalev</p> Cinematheque Jerusalem Cinematheque

Suspending Disbelief: On Illusions and Trickery

Speaker (in Heb.): Daniela Shalev

The Illusionist

Dir.: Neil Burger
| 110 minutes

In turn-of-the-century Vienna, a magician uses his abilities to secure the love of a woman far above his social standing.

Wednesday 21.04.21 21.04.21
18:00
18:00
Cinematheque 2
Cinematheque 2
2021-04-21 18:00:00 2021-04-21 20:30:00 Asia/Jerusalem The Ongoing Dialogue Between Caricature Work and the Art World <p>Speaker (in Heb.): Michel Kichka</p> Cinematheque Jerusalem Cinematheque

The Ongoing Dialogue Between Caricature Work and the Art World

Speaker (in Heb.): Michel Kichka

American Splendor

Dir.: Shari Springer Berman, Robert Pulcini
| 101 minutes

Harvey Pikar, a hospital file clerk, had two loves: comic books and rare jazz records. He met Robert Crumb and complained about the fact that comics never deal with the lives of ordinary people. Crumb liked the idea and agreed to illustrate the life of Harvey, and the result was "American Splendor".