Sunday | 25.10.20

Monthly Screenings

Social Sacrileges

Speaker (in Heb.): Prof. Itzhak Galnoor


Dir.: Ephraim Kishon
| 105 minutes

Nominated for an Academy Award, this musical satire became a film classic in Israel. It is the story of a new immigrant from Morocco, who comes face to face with bureaucratic inefficiency and political corruption.

Does Maintaining Security Justify the Means?

Speakers (in Heb.): Prof. Mordechai Kremnitzer, Adva Balzam

Five Broken Cameras

Dir.: Emad Burnat, Guy Davidi
| 90 minutes

When his fourth son is born in 2005, self-taught cameraman Emad Burnat gets his first camera. At the same time, in his village of Bil’in, Israel’s separation barrier is being built. In the years that follow, Burnat films the villagers’ peaceful resistance, while also documenting his son. 

Does Maintaining Security Justify the Means?

Speaker (in Heb.): Prof. Daniel Bar-Tal

Good Night and Good Luck

Dir.: George Clooney
| 93 minutes

1950s America. Senator McCarthy is on his witch-hunt against American intellectuals, writers and filmmakers. Edward R. Murrow, CBS's uncompromising lead anchorman, confronts the senator on the nightly news. 

Thoughts on Motherhood

Speaker (in Heb.): Prof. Orna Donat

Daughters, Daughters

Dir.: Moshe Mizrahi
| 100 minutes

A comedy based on the once prevalent desire of every father to have a male child.