Thursday | 21.01.21

Monthly Screenings

Art in Dialogue

6 sessions, once a month, Wed., 18:00-21:00

Manifesto: On Ideology, Text, Installation

Speaker (in Heb.): Mira Lapidot


Dir.: Julian Rosefeldt
| 95 minutes

Cate Blanchett inhabits thirteen different personas in Julian Rosefeldt's wondrous feature film, paying homage to the moving tradition and literary beauty of artistic manifestos, ultimately questioning the role of the artist in society today. 

The Dark Side of the Art World

Speaker (in Heb.): Dr. Doron Luria

The Best Offer

Dir.: Giuseppe Tornatore
| 118 minutes

Virgil Oldman is an eccentric genius who can appraise art, recognize forgery, and find beauty in a realm hidden from the world. But when a mysterious woman invites him to assess the contents of an old house, Virgil's life will change forever.

World Contemporary Art

Speaker (in Heb.): Dr. Gillit Ivgy

The Square

Dir.: Ruben Östlund
| 142 minutes

After helping a stranger out, Christian, a curator of an exhibition about goodness, discovers his wallet was stolen. This sets off a series of events that put his morals to the test. A serious and thought-provoking comedy, full of brilliantly executed ideas.

Rome’s Piazzas and Fountains

Speaker (in Heb.): Dr. Effi Ziv

Roman Holiday

Dir.: William Wyler
| 118 minutes

A young princess escapes her royal duties and finds herself touring Rome and falling in love with a dashing American journalist. With Peck and Hepburn in the lead roles, Rome's panoramas, the liberated atmosphere, and that fantastic ending, Roman Holiday is dazzling and magical.

Stopping the Fleeting Moment

Speaker (in Heb.): Daniela Shalev

The Impressionists - and the Man Who Made Them

Dir.: Phil Grabsky
| 90 minutes

Monet, Cezanne, Degas, Renoir: some of the world’s most popular artists. Their works, and that of their contemporaries, fetch tens of millions of dollars around the globe. But who were they really? Why & how exactly did they paint? What lies behind their enduring appeal?