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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
On March 2, 18:30, Lecture and film Stupor and Tremors and conversation with Dr. Etty Glass Gisis, details
04-6030800, Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art, Haifa


On March 19, 19:00 (18:00 in Marseille) Simultaneous screening of Le Sel et le Miel, the musical, on the big
screen, the history of the Jewish people from the yellow star to the blue star in Haifa and in Marseille, twin
cities, reservations 04-8325755 (in Marseille 972523060863) Cinema Le Chambord, Marseille, and Cinema
Amami, Haifa
From March 15 to 25, 20th edition of the French Film Festival in Israel, Guest of Honor: Gad Elmaleh Tel-Aviv, Jerusalem,
Haifa, Herzliya, Sderot, Rosh Pina cinematheques

Eden Cinema, the French Institute in Israel and UniFrance Films, in partnership with L'Occitane, announce the 20th edition of the French
Film Festival in Israel. The film Reste un peu, will open the festival in the presence of actor and director Gad Elmaleh.
This year, the French Film Festival celebrates its 20th anniversary, 20 years during which it has established itself as one of the most popular
festivals with the public in Israel. An event that brings together thousands of enthusiastic spectators every year to discover and enjoy the
richness and diversity of French cinema.
Each year, the festival offers an eclectic and carefully chosen program. 17 films will be presented to the Israeli public for this 20th edition, each
addressing in its cinematographic style - social dramas, comedies, suspense, initiation films... - the issues that affect our time: gender, education,
class struggle , and of course, a recurring theme if ever there was one: love.
The opening film, “Reste un peu”, conquered the press and the public in France by bringing together nearly half a million spectators in
theaters. Directed by Gad Elmaleh and inspired by his own story, the film recounts his return to the country after three years spent in the United
States in pursuit of the American Dream. Gad does not only come back for his mother's excellent couscous, he also comes to question his
religious beliefs and seek a wife: the Virgin Mary. His real parents and other family members participate in the film. Guest of honor, Gad
Elmaleh will be present during the screening of the film in preview for the opening of the festival. It will also perform two performances in
Israel on March 12 and 13. “Rest a Bit” hits theaters in Israel on March 23.
The Festival gives pride of place to the avant-garde of French cinematographic creation with 5 first or second films made by their directors
proposed in the selection: "Libre-Garance" by Lisa Diaz and "The sixth child" by Léopold Legrand ( first production) and "Petite Nature" by
Samuel Theis, "A plein temps" by Eric Gravel and the Franco-Algerian film, "Houria" by Mounia Meddour (second production).
Highlight not to be missed: the screening, at the end of the festival, of the film "L'innocent" by actor/director Louis Garrel: the film is
nominated 11 times for the César 2023, notably in the best actor category for Louis Garrel. With Roschdy Zem and Anouk Grinberg, the film is
a romantic and funny comedy, which stages a team of broken arms launched in the realization of an improbable heist. The film was appreciated
by viewers and critics as soon as it was released in France last October. It will hit theaters in Israel next July.
FESTIVAL FILMS
Festival opening film
STAY A LITTLE (2022) by Gad Elmaleh, 90 min
In the presence of actor and director Gad Elmaleh
The feature films
LITTLE NATURE (2022) by Samuel Theis, 95 min
THE CHILDREN OF OTHERS (2022) by Rebecca Zlotowski, 104 min
KOMPROMAT (2022) by Jérôme Salle, 127 min
THE ALMOND TREES (2022) by Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, 126 min
DROP OF GOLD (2022) by Clément Cogitore, 98 min
STOP WITH YOUR LIES (2022) by Olivier Peyon, 98 min
A BEAUTIFUL RACE (2022) by Christian Carion, 91 min
WOMEN IN THE SQUARE (2022) by Julien Rambaldi, 105 min
FULL TIME (2022) by Eric Gravel, 88 min
HOURIA (2022) by Mounia Meddour, 98 mins
CHRONICLE OF A PASSING LIAISON (2022) by Emmanuel Mouret, 100 min
The documentary :
GO CHILDREN (2022) by Thierry Demaizière and Alban Teurlai, 110 min
The first movies:
LIBRE GARANCE (2022), first film by Lisa Diaz, 96 min
THE SIXTH CHILD, first film by Léopold Legrand, 92 min
The classic :
A SUNDAY IN THE COUNTRYSIDE (1984) by Bertrand Tavernier, 90 min
Closing movie
THE INNOCENT (2022) by Louis Garrel, 100 mins
Films in French, subtitled in Hebrew.
March at the Haifa Cinematheque