Tickets: *9377

Classics

Jean-Louis Trintignant and Anouk Aimee portray a young widow and widower whose relationship is disturbed by memories of the past. A newly restored copy of Claude Lelouch's impressive melodrama, which was awarded the Palme d'Or and two Oscars exactly 50 years ago.
A newly restored digital copy of Rafi Bukai's 1986 masterpiece. On the last day of the Six Day War, two Egyptian soldiers set out on a surreal journey through the Sinai Desert in an attempt to get back home safely.
In memory of Polish Master Krzysztof Kieslowski, who passed away 20 years ago, we will screen newly restored copies of episodes V and VI of his masterpiece series Decalogue, inspired by the commandments "Thou shalt not kill" and "Thou shalt not commit adultery."
A newly restored digital copy of Japanese legend Yasujiro Ozu’s masterpiece, starring the superb Setsuko Hara, who passed away recently. Hara portrays Noriko, a 28-year-old single woman whose family is pressuring her to find a match.
Standing before the gates of hell, the recently deceased Henry Van Cleve relates his colorful life story to convince the devil that he is worthy to enter. A newly restored copy of Ernst Lubitsch's witty 1943 comedy that combines romance and biting satire.
A woman shuts herself up in her apartment, where she writes about her lost relationship. When she finally leaves her home, she accepts a ride with a talkative truck driver. Chantal Akerman's feature debut succinctly depicts a delicate and pensive soul.
A restored copy of Nicholas Ray's 1954 masterpiece, in which Joan Crawford portrays a saloon keeper and occasional gunslinger. When a group of townsfolk decide to drive her out of town, she finds herself fighting for her life.
This superb film by Ettore Scola – who recently passed away – opened the first Jerusalem Film Festival in 1984. The story of French society in the 20th Century is told without dialogue, the only means of expression being the camera, editing and impressive performances.
Frederick Wiseman documents the daily lives of the prisoner-patients of the State Hospital for the Criminally Insane at Bridgewater, Massachusetts, as they are subjected to ridicule and disregard. A newly restored 35mm copy of the acclaimed and controversial documentary.
The first chapter in the excellent trilogy by brother-sister duo, Ronit and Shlomi Elkabetz, is a moving drama centered on two parents who fight over tradition, love, fears and progress. The screening, in memory of Ronit Elkabetz, will be followed by a conversation with her brother, Shlomi Elkabetz.
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Jerusalem Cinematheque

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