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Moshe Mizrahi: A Restrospective

Moshé Mizrahi is one of the most renowned, productive, and innovative filmmakers living and working in Israel. Mizrahi offers an enduring and profound cinema that allows him to examine issues of exile and home, interior and exterior, identity and intimacy
Prior to the screening, a discussion (in Heb.) with Michal Bat Adam, Yoav Kosh, and Meir Russo. Moderated by: Benjamin Freidenberg

The House on Chelouche st.

Dir.: Moshe Mizrahi
| 110 minutes

At the end of the British Mandate period in Palestine, 14-year-old Sammy and his widowed mother live in the Shabazi neighborhood in Tel Aviv. Sammy is torn between his mother’s stifling love and his growing independence. 

Sophie’s Ways

Dir.: Moshe Mizrahi
| 97 minutes

A woman meets a man. She loves him. He loves her. She is a free spirit; he is bourgeois and follows the rules. Can love that is entirely free exist in a society that threatens to castrate the passion and subjectivity of human beings?

I Sent a Letter to My Love

Dir.: Moshe Mizrahi
| 112 minutes

A disabled man and his middle-aged sister live a lonely existence. In her lonesomeness she publishes an ad in the dating section of the paper. In his aloneness he answers. A beautiful story of dedication, love and shared destiny between siblings.

The Traveler

Dir.: Moshe Mizrahi
| 90 minutes

An ex-SS officer and his gorgeous wife find a refuge living in Eilat. A mysterious stranger appears from their past. 

Madame Rosa

Dir.: Moshe Mizrachi
| 105 minutes

A retired Jewish prostitute opens a shelter for the children of prostitutes in Paris’ Belleville neighborhood. Her Zionist views do not prevent her from taking in and caring for and Arab boy. 

I Love You Rosa

Dir.: Moshe Mizrachi
| 100 minutes

The plot of Moshe Mizrachi's third film is based on his grandmother's story. It is a love story set on the backdrop of Jerusalem at the turn of the century.

A Weekend in the Galilee

Dir.: Moshe Mizrahi
| 100 minutes

Avner and his young wife Ilana come to visit the family farm. Avner is in pain. His daughter Rachel calls Joel, a physician, with whom she is in love. However, Joel and Ilana have a secret relationship.... Family secrets run deep.

Women

Dir.: Moshe Mizrahi
| 96 minutes

The Jewish Quarter in Jerusalem’s Old City, at the close of the 19th century. Rivka and Yaccov share a great love, but a shadow hangs over them, for they have no children. After 15 years, Rebecca decides to take action.

Warburg: A Man of Influence

Dir.: Moshe Mizrahi
| 270 minutes

One of the Warburgs - a family of wealthy German Jewish bankers - migrates to Britain just before WWII. A mini-series in three parts.

Une jeunesse

Dir.: Moshe Mizrah
| 100 minutes

A middle-aged French couple remember their courtship and the beginnings of their romance in Paris of the 1960s. 

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Saturday 20.07.19
20.07.19
21:30
Cinematheque 2
Cinematheque 2
2019-07-20 21:30:00 2019-07-20 23:34:00 Asia/Jerusalem Une jeunesse Cinematheque Jerusalem Cinematheque
Une jeunesse
Prior to the screening a lecture (in Heb.) by Marat Parkhomovsky

I Sent a Letter to My Love

Dir.: Moshe Mizrahi
| 112 minutes

A disabled man and his middle-aged sister live a lonely existence. In her lonesomeness she publishes an ad in the dating section of the paper. In his aloneness he answers. A beautiful story of dedication, love and shared destiny between siblings.