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Cinemania

This inspiring documentary about Bernadette Lafont traces the French star's personal and professional life, from her work as a pinup girl, through her status as the sensual movie star of the New Wave, to her unforgettable role in Paulette (2012).
A fascinating documentary portrait of storyboard artist Harold Michelson and cinema researcher Lillian Michelson – an extraordinary couple that worked with some of the most important directors in film history and often referred to as Hollywood’s secret weapon.
Kent Jones's documentary, based on Truffaut's 1962 week-long interview with Alfred Hitchcock, plunges us into the world of the great British auteur. The film combines archival material and interviews with Martin Scorsese, Kiyoshi Kurosawa, Richard Linklater and other leading filmmakers.
This ARTE documentary follows the production of Ronit and Shlomi Elkabetz's film, Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem, presenting the Elkabetz's siblings' work and the language that they developed in their three films. The film will be screened in memory of Ronit Elkabetz.
This documentary tells the story of Richard Linklater (Boyhood), one of the most celebrated filmmakers of our age, using archival material, film selections and interviews with Linklater and his collaborators, such as Matthew McConaughey and Kevin Smith
The winner of Best Documentary on Cinema at the Venice Film Festival follows the making of Guy Maddin's The Forbidden Room, depicting a one-of-a-kind director whose hypnotic films show a range of influences, from German expressionism and classic melodramas to David Lynch.
Did you know that the first talkie and the first color film were both directed by women? Through rare archival materials and interviews, this documentary seeks to restore the women who ran Hollywood to their rightful place in the pantheon of cinema.
A stirring documentary portrait of Howard Brookner, a promising filmmaker who died of AIDS at the age of 35. Brookner's nephew meets his uncle's friends (including Jim Jarmusch and Robert Wilson) and unearths his legacy, using footage that was buried for 23 years in William Burroughs's bunker.
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Jerusalem Cinematheque

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