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Preview Club 2018/19

8 meetings, once a month, Fri., 10:30-13:30

Every month the Cinematheque will hold guided screenings of new films prior to their release for screening to the general public. The film selected will be suitable for guided viewing and the lecture will focus upon the artistic messages and cinematic references to earlier cinematic classics.

Dates: 26.10.2018 / 23.11.2018 / 21.12.2018 / 25.01.2019 / 22.02.2019 / 15.03.2019 / 12.04.2019 / 17.05.2019

Price: 620 NIS / Members: 545 NIS

 

Speaker (in Heb.): Dr. Odaya Cohen-Raz. Tickets: 85 NIS / Members: 75 NIS

Life Itself

Dir.: Dan Fogelman
| 118 minutes

In New York – Will and Abby fall in love. In Spain – Javier can finally marry Isabel. Dan Fogelman uses the little moments that build these stories to present the power of life. The result, bursting with emotion and rich in humor, creates an unforgettable cinematic experience. 

Speaker (in Heb.): Albert Gabai

Cold War

Dir.: Pawel Pawlikowski
| 89 minutes

An effective and clever romantic drama about the relationship between two Polish musicians in the decade and a half since WWII. 

Speaker (in Heb.) Ron Fogel

Colette

Dir.: Wash Westmoreland
| 111 minutes

Paris, the turn of the 20th century. Gabrielle Colette marries writer Henry Gauthier-Villars. She herself is an accomplished writer and is pushed to write under Henry’s name. When her work becomes highly sought after, she fights to reclaim her work and her name.

Speaker (in Heb.): Erez Dvora

The Mule

Dir.: Clint Eastwood
| 117 minutes

A penniless old man agrees to become a drug courier for crime organizations. After years of separation, the money he earns will allow him to reach out to his family. A feat you will not want to miss.

Opening lecture in Heb.

Sink or Swim

Dir.: Gilles Lellouche
| 118 minutes

A group of middle-aged men decides to establish an all-male synchronized swimming team. The demanding training is nothing compared to the challenges of life. “A surefooted crowd-pleaser with enough warmth and the committed talents of a stellar ensemble cast” (Screen International).

Speaker (in Heb.)

Yuli

Dir.: Iciar Bollain
| 109 minutes

Cuban ballet dancer Carlos Acosta’s rise to the top of the dance world, from the streets of Havana to the top of The Royal Ballet. A story hitting every thematic note – that's likely to touch a chord with audiences” (Screen International).

Speaker (in Heb.): Albert Gabai.

Stan & Ollie

Dir.: Jon S. Baird
| 98 minutes

After their best years are behind them, Stan and Ollie, better known as Laurel and Hardy, embark on one last tour, proving that they never lost their magical touch. Stan & Ollie is a loving tribute to the world’s most famous comedy duo.

Conversation with actor Yaniv Bitton. 

Tel-Aviv on Fire

Dir.: Sameh Zoabi
| 95 minutes

Salam, an aimless young Palestinian man, becomes a writer on a popular soap opera after a chance meeting with an Israeli soldier. His creative career is on the rise – until the soldier and the show’s financial backers disagree about how the show should end.