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104-year-old Brunhilde Pomsel, the stenographer of Nazi Minister for Propaganda Joseph Goebbels from 1942 to the end of the war, relates for the first time her life story. Her experiences raise the troubling and timeless question: how reliable is our moral compass?
Aiman, a young correctional officer, is transferred to a top security prison. When the personal assistant to the chief executioner quits, he accepts the position, but his conscience and family history soon haunt him. Apprentice premiered at the recent Cannes Festival
The life of wealthy businessman Boris takes an unxpectedturn when his wife falls into a deep depression. A stranger blames Boris for her condition, driving him to reevaluate his life choices and try to become a better partner, parent and son.
This documentary portrait of Robert Frank, who achieved fame with his 1958 photography book The Americans and went on to become one of the most influential figures in contemporary photography, was directed by Laura Israel, Frank's film editor since the 1990s.
Pierre, a teenager who is preoccupied with discovering his sexual identity, realizes that he was abducted as a baby when his biological family suddenly arrives to reclaim him. This moving drama by Brazilian director Anna Muylaert premiered at the recent Berlin FilmFestival.
This in-depth look at the life and work of Frank Zappa, a musical genius and strong critic of American society, mixes different archival materials – mainly interviews and forgotten concerts – to invite us to delve into Zappa's musical world and outrageous mind.
Nicolas and his mother live in a village inhabited only by women and their young sons, who undergo strange medical procedures. Nicolas is the only boy determined to find out what is going on. This imaginative film won two awards at San Sebastian.
Pioneering musician Laurie Anderson is back to filmmaking after a long hiatus with this personal essay combining her own narration with original violin compositions, hand-drawn animation, 8mm home movies and Anderson's artwork, creating a compelling and touching cinematic collage.
Miguel and Johnny are skaters, best friends and occasional lovers trying to make money in the illicit blood trade. Julio Hernandez Cordon's award-winning new film tells an unusual love story set against the gritty backdrop of Mexico City.
A legal dispute between two families in Brooklyn threatens the friendship between their sons. Greg Kinnear and Jennifer Ehle star in the latest film by Ira Sachs (Keep the Lights On) – a sensitive and touching piece that received international critical acclaim.
American choreographer Celia Rowlson-Hall presents her directorial debut: a modern-day interpretation of the story of Mother Mary that raises theological and gender-related questions. The director bravely forgoes dialogue to bring out the impressive cinematography, art design, sound and of course choreography.
For the first time since his death from AIDS in 1989, this documentary paints a portrait of the photographer, whose provocative art is exceeded only by his controversial life. The film combines interviews with key people from Mapplethorpe's life and rare archival footage.
An extraordinary documentary featuring theologian, John Hull who, from 1983-1986, recorded a series of audio diaries that documented his descent into blindness. The film combines these recordings with interviews and stunning dramatizationss that reveal a sharp, fascinating and sensitive man.
A hundred years ago, Dr. John Brinkley sought to cure male impotence by transplanting the testicular glands of goatsinto his patients. Though ridiculed, no one could argue with the satisfied patients. Penny Lane employs a tongue-in-cheek documentary technique, combining animation, interviews and archive footage.
Vincent Cassel stars in a unique film which takes us into a remote commune where seven siblings are raised on values of freedom of expression and creativity, while also learning how to become skilled assassins.
From Dutch filmmaker and director Alex van Warmerdam (Borgman) comes a dark comedy crime film about two assassins who have each been given a job by the same client to take the other one out. A clever and thoroughly enjoyable film.
French director Alain Guiraudie (Stranger by the Lake) presents an enchanting film about a filmmaker who searches for a sense of belonging but mainly encounters complex relationships. Screened at the official competition of the recent Cannes Film Festival.
A middle-aged doctor on a tiny Greek island falls for a frivolous girl and will do anything to win her heart. His rediscovery of his long-lost youth slowly turns into an obsession. Argyris Papadimitropoulos's latest film is a bold yet sensitive piece.
A breathtaking, animation fantasy about a nine-year-old who stumbles into a parallel universe inhabited by talking animals. There, he is taken under the wing of a famous, bear-like warrior and becomes a master of martial arts.
Two bounty hunters search for a cell phone containing some very sensitive information in the French countryside. In his fourth film as director, Bouli Lanners spins a suspense story aided by excellent acting, plenty of absurd humor and stylized directing.
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Jerusalem Cinematheque

11 Hebron Rd.
Jerusalem, 91083
Contact | 02-565-4333
Tickets  | *9377