Thursday | 02.07.20

Monthly Screenings


Dir.: Guy Nattiv
| 110 minutes

Bryon Widner was taught compliance and loyalty to his white supremacy community gang. But when he meets a single mother, he begins to think that perhaps his future can be different. Jamie Bell gives a tremendous performance.

God of The Piano

Dir.: Itay Tal
| 80 minutes

Anat, who comes from a family of classical musicians, rests her hopes for fulfillment on the child she's about to have. When her son is born deaf, she adopts drastic measures.

The Best Years of a Life

Dir.: Claude Lelouch
| 90 minutes

Claude Lelouch reunites his iconic characters from A Man and a Woman, in a romantic drama about life and love, memories and regrets. Jean-Louis, now living in a home, seems to be lost in the past. When his first love Anne visits him, something awakens….

Blind Spot

Dir.: Tuva Novotny
| 98 minutes

A family tragedy is chronicled in this breathtaking debut film made entirely in one shot. “One of the most powerful cinematic experiences, daringly a way that consistently engages us with its characters’ emotional processes” (Screen Daily). 

The Good Liar

Dir.: Bill Condon
| 110 minutes

A retired widow meets the charming Roy. They quickly bond and even combine their financial affairs. But one of them has a different agenda than love…. With Mirren and McKellen’s titillating performance and the powerful script, The Good Liar offers pure cinematic joy. 

A Rainy Day in New York

Dir.: Woody Allen
| 92 minutes

A young couple arrives in New York, but from the start everything goes amiss: downpours, meetings with old and new acquaintances, and constant doubts about their relationship. “A bittersweet comedy peppered with splendid performances” (Screen Daily).


Dir.: Yaron Zilberman
| 100 minutes

A psychological thriller following the year leading to the assassination of Israel’s Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin. The film details, for the first time, the forces that act upon the assassin, including the religious and political incitement, the personal and the interpersonal turmoil.

Who You Think I Am

Dir.: Safy Nebbou
| 101 minutes

After her husband leaves her for a younger woman, 50-year-old Claire Millaud creates a fake profile on social media and begins a relationship with the much younger Alex. But then Alex suggests that they meet for real….