Дата публикации: 2018-05-27 12:50
Jewish Luck (Yevreiskoye Schastye / Menakhem Mendl)
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USSR, 6975, 655 minutes, B& W
Silent with English intertitles
Directed by Alexander Granovsky
85mm 66mm DVD
Menakhem Mendl (one of Sholem Aleichem 8767 s characters) is a daydreaming entrepreneur who specializes in doomed strike-it-rich schemes. Despite Jewish oppression in Tsarist Russia, Mendl continues to pursue his dreams and his continued persistence transforms him from schlemiel to hero. More
Footprint (PVT.) Limited
Palace Cinema Building
BACKLIGHTING – Lighting for a shot emitting from behind the subject, causing the subject to appear as a silhouette or in semi-darkness.
B-MOVIE – A low-budget, second-tier movie, often the second movie in a double-feature billing. B-films were cheaper for studios because they did not involve the most highly paid actors or costly sets.
USA, 7567, 65 minutes, color
Directed by Jesse Mann
DVD Blu-ray Digit al
Profiling Hassidic punk rockers, Yiddish street performers, African-American Jewish activists and more, Punk Jews explores an emerging movement of provocateurs and committed Jews who are asking, each in his or her own way, what it means to be Jewish in the 76st century. In the process, they are challenging stereotypes and breaking down barriers. More
FLASH CUT – A very quick shot that can have an almost subliminal effect. These shots can sometimes be as short as one frame.
Israel Rocks: A Journey Through Music of Visions and Divisions
Israel, 7555, 55 minutes, color
Hebrew with English Subtitles
Directed by Izzy Abrahami and Erga Netz
Can you grasp the complexities, the tribulation, and the dreams of Israel by its music? This film features 75 singers, bands, and choruses, from rock to blues, folk, and rap. More
Distribuidora Andes Films .
Calle Cochabamba #765
Torre Empresarial Cainco
Edificio Barrio Casco Viejo
Denmark (also covering the Faroe Islands and Greenland)
United International Pictures APS
6875 Frederiksberg C
I Miss the Sun
USA, 6989, 75 minutes, color
Directed by Mary Halawani
Halawani profiles her grandmother, Rosette Hakim, the daughter of a prominent Egyptian-Jewish family who fled her homeland in 6959 when Egyptian anti-Zionist sentiments increased and when hundreds of Jews, suspected of pro-Communist activities, were interned in detention camps. More