Wednesday | 05.08.20

Monthly Screenings

Haaretz 100

On June 18, 1919, the first edition of the Haaretz was published. Marking the 100rh anniversary of the publication, Haaretz will hold a series of events, throughout the year, dedicated to its main subject matters.

The Elections

Prior to the screening, a panel discussion with Ravit Hecht and Eness Elias (in Heb.)

The Unorthodox

Dir.: Eliran Malka
| 92 minutes

In the beginning of the 1980s, a guy off the streets, with absolutely no knowledge in politics, whose daughter is kicked out of school based on her ethnic background, decides to form a revolutionary socialist political party.

The Poles During the Holocaust

Speaker (in Heb.): Ofer Aderet, Haaretz on the Poles during the Holocaust: Righteous Among the Nations or collaborators? Free Entry


Dir.: Wladyslaw Pasikowski
| 105 minutes

Franciszek Kalina and his brother take on the unusual task of restoring the Jewish cemetery in their village in post-Perestroika Poland. Thus begins the discovery of the tragic fate of the Jews in the village during WWII, before the Nazi invasion. 

On Urbanism and Jerusalemites

Prior to the screening, a discussion (in Heb.) with Naama Riba and Ytav Bouhsira

Citizen Jane: Battle for the City

Dir.: Matt Tyrnauer
| 92 minutes

Journalist and activist Jane Jacobs, author of The Death and Life of Great American Cities, turned the accepted approach to city planning on its head. To do so, she fought against blindsided, greedy, patronizing planners. 

Haaretz 100

The Renaissance of Television

Following the screening, a panel discussion with journalists Niv Hadas and Gili Izikovich and two of the series creators Yotam Guendelman and Mika Timor

Shadow of Truth: Highway 2 Killer

Dir.: Yotam Guendelman, Ari Pines
| 80 minutes

In the 1970s and 80s, a series of young women were murdered on the path of Highway 2. The second season of the award-winning docu-crime series goes back in time to decipher one of Israel’s most unexplained crime sprees.