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Screening in the presence of director Michel Hazanavicius and actor Louis Garrel

Redoubtable

Dir.: Michel Hazanavicius
| 107 minutes

The love story between Jean-Luc Godard and actress Anne Wiazemsky against the backdrop of the events of May 1968. Michel Hazanavicius’s (The Artist) homage to the great French New Wave director. A mad comedy, at once witty, intelligent, and touching. 

Sunday | 09.07.17 to Thursday | 31.12.20
Retrospective launch event with the participation of Serge Toubiana and Dan Fainaru

The Samourai

Dir.: Jean-Pierre Melville
| 105 minutes

A cold-hearted hit man finds himself in an ongoing nightmare with the gangsters who hired him and the police on his tail. Jean-Pierre Melville’s celebrated masterpiece, starring Alain Delon in one of the greatest roles of his career.

Sunday | 09.07.17 to Thursday | 31.12.20
Screening in the presence of director Amos Gitai

Field Diary

Dir.: Amos Gitai
| 83 minutes
Sunday | 09.07.17 to Thursday | 31.12.20
Screening in the presence of co-producer Guillaume de Seille

My Happy Family

Dir.: Nana Ekvtimishvili, Simon Gross
| 119 minutes
Sunday | 09.07.17 to Thursday | 31.12.20
Screening in the presence of director Philippe Garrel and producer Caroline Deruas

Lover for a Day

Dir.: Philippe Garrel
| 76 minutes
Sunday | 09.07.17 to Thursday | 31.12.20
Screening in the presence of actress Vasilina Makovtseva

A Gentle Creature

Dir.: Sergei Loznitsa
| 143 minutes

Upon receiving a package addressed to her imprisoned husband, a woman travels to the distant prison. But her journey becomes an absurd odyssey into Russia’s heartless darkness – an allegory on contemporary Russia, at once an ambitious, challenging, and satisfying work. 

Sunday | 09.07.17 to Thursday | 31.12.20
Wednesday | 12.07.17 to Thursday | 31.12.20

Gaza Surf Club

Dir.: Mickey Yamine, Philip Gnadt
| 87 minutes
Sunday | 09.07.17 to Thursday | 31.12.20
Screening in the presence of producer Stephanie Yamin. Q&A conducted by Annette Insdorf

Gaza Surf Club

Dir.: Mickey Yamine, Philip Gnadt
| 87 minutes
Sunday | 09.07.17 to Thursday | 31.12.20
Screening in the presence of producer Alex Lipschultz. Q&A conducted by Annette Insdorf.

Menashe

Dir.: Joshua Z. Weinstein
| 82 minutes

Menashe, a widowed ultra-Orthodox Jew from Brooklyn, fights for custody of his son. The rabbi gives him a week to prove he’s worthy. A touching drama that explores the nature of faith and the cost of parenthood.

Sunday | 09.07.17 to Thursday | 31.12.20
Screening in the presence of director Ferenc Török and screenwriter Gábor T. Szántó. Q&A conducted by Annette Insdorf.

1945

Dir.: Ferenc Török
| 91 minutes

A Hungarian village in August 1945. The festive ambiance of the clerk’s daughter’s wedding is tainted when two Orthodox Jews arrive carrying a mysterious trunk. Have they come to claim their lawful inheritance? A touching and powerful film. 

Sunday | 09.07.17 to Thursday | 31.12.20
Screening in the presence of director Ferenc Török and screenwriter Gábor T. Szántó. Q&A conducted by Annette Insdorf.

1945

Dir.: Ferenc Török
| 91 minutes

A Hungarian village in August 1945. The festive ambiance of the clerk’s daughter’s wedding is tainted when two Orthodox Jews arrive carrying a mysterious trunk. Have they come to claim their lawful inheritance? A touching and powerful film. 

Sunday | 09.07.17 to Thursday | 31.12.20
Screening in the presence of director Claude Lanzmann. Q&A conducted by Annette Insdorf.

Napalm

Dir.: Claude Lanzmann
| 100 minutes
Sunday | 09.07.17 to Thursday | 31.12.20
Screening in the presence of director Shaul Schwarz and  Christina Clusiau. Q&A conducted by Annette Insdorf.

Trophy

Dir.: Shaul Schwarz, Christina Clusiau
| 108 minutes
Sunday | 09.07.17 to Thursday | 31.12.20
Screening in the presence of actress Clotilde Courau

In the Shadow of Women

Dir.: Philippe Garrel
| 73 minutes

Philippe  Garrel's new film, a witty investigation into the birth and demise of relationships and the mysterious ways of passion, is proof that the Nouvelle Vague is still alive and kicking.

Sunday | 09.07.17 to Thursday | 31.12.20
Screening in the presence of director Claude Lanzmann

Israel, Why

Dir.: Claude Lanzmann
| 190 minutes
Sunday | 09.07.17 to Thursday | 31.12.20
Sunday | 09.07.17 to Thursday | 31.12.20
Screening in the presence of director Heinz Emigholz

Bickels [Socialism]

Dir.: Heinz Emigholz
| 92 minutes
Sunday | 09.07.17 to Thursday | 31.12.20
Screening in the presence of director Fellipe Gamarano Barbosa

Gabriel and the Mountain

Dir.: Fellipe Gamarano Barbosa
| 127 minutes
Sunday | 09.07.17 to Thursday | 31.12.20
Sunday | 09.07.17 to Thursday | 31.12.20