April in Haifa 2023
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Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art, Haifa

Haifa Museum of Art, Cinema Shabtai

Haifa Cinematheque
For  seniors, ShlishiBeRevii, The 3rd (age) On the 4th (Wednesday)
Family Saturday quality films from around the world!

Cinema Cafe Amami

Museum of Art, Ein Harod

Rosh Pina Cinematheque

Carmiel Cultural Center

Yes Planet Haifa

Galil Hamaravi University Institute, Acre

Beit Nagler, Kyriat Haim

Bar Kolnoa HaAgaf 2, Downtown Haifa

Yad LeMeginim, Yagur

Beit Gabriel, lake of Galilee

Eshkol Payis, Nesher
Haifa Cinematheque,   in April
Commemoration of Holocaust Day with six films. You are invited to the screening of The Children of Sally Bain and
a conversation with the director, free admission, please order your tickets in advance, Cinematheque, Haifa
On April 13. 18:15, The Fox Preview screening based on the true story of Franz Streitberger, directed by Adrian
Gogginger, translation into German, Hebrew and English, Cinematheque, Haifa
On April 14, 17:30, The Cellist of Auschwitz and the Maestro, Thos Art Film Festival, directed by Christian Berger,
in English and German, Hebrew translation, Cinematheque, Haifa
On April 14, 19:30,  My Neighbor Adolf, directed by Leon Prodovsky, translation Hebrew, English, German, Polish,
Spanish, Hebrew, Cinematheque, Haifa
On April 17, 17:00, The Children of Sally Bain, Hebrew translation, after the screening, director Dan Wellman will
talk about the Holocaust in his films. Admission is free with advance ticket reservation, Cinematheque, Haifa
On April 18, 18:30, Those Who Remained, directed by Barnabas Tut, in Hungarian, Hebrew and English
translation, Cinematheque, Haifa
On April 18, 20:15, My Neighbor Adolf, directed by Leon Prodovsky, translation Hebrew, English, German, Polish,
Spanish, Hebrew, Cinematheque, Haifa
On April 19, 20:30, Those who remained, directed by Barnabas Tut, in Hungarian, Hebrew and English translation,
Cinematheque, Haifa