Beit Ha’am Cinema – “Films to See Before You Vote”

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Beit Ha’am Cinema, the people’s cinema, has a list of 5 “films to see before you vote” – Israeli documentaries made in recent years, reflecting the issues, and will be screening them at 69 Rothschild Street, from January 17 – 21, 2013. Screenings at the cinema are free and open to the public, the films will be shown at 20:30, followed by a discussion with the filmmakers. The Law in These Parts, Five Broken Cameras and To See if I Am Smiling will all be screened with subtitles in English.

Thursday, January 17th: The Law in These Parts (2012) by Ra’anan Alexandrowicz (read the Midnight East review here)

Friday, January 18th: Five Broken Cameras (2012) by Emad Burnat and Guy Davidi

Saturday, January 19th: Strike (2005) by Asaf Sudri and Amir Tausinger

Sunday, January 20th: Awakening (2011) Project creators: Tali Shemesh and Asaf Sudri; Directors: Asaf Sudri, Barak Heyman, Gal Gabai, Daniel Sivan, Ziv Shemesh, Tali Shemesh, Lavi Vaanunu, Mosh Goldberg, Nava Mizrachi, Nir Horowitz, Adi Barash, Reuven Brodski, Ruthi Schatz, Ran Tal, Shirley Berkowitz, Taufik Abu-wall, Tomer Yosef

Monday, January 21st: To See if I Am Smiling (2007) by Tamar Yarom

Links: facebook event page; Beit Ha’am Cinema page