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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,   Cinematheque online    
From October 8 to 17, The 38th Haifa Film Festival
Screening of films in competition in several rooms, events in the city, music dances, screening of films in the open air,
meetings, cinemarket, international pitching forum *9300
Israeli Cinema The Israeli Feature Film Competition, Best Feature Film Award, Debut Film Award, Best Actress Award, Best
Actor Award, Best Artistic Achievement Award, Best Screenplay Award,
The Israeli Documentary Cinema Competition Best Documentary Film Award
The Israeli Documentary Cinema Competition An Award for an Israeli Documentary Film Creating Awareness and
Illuminating Social Issues.
The Short Israeli Cinema Competition, Best Student Film, Best Independent Film, Best Animated Film
International Cinema Carmel – The International Cinema Competition, Best Film Award, Honorable Mention
International Cinema The Golden Anchor Competition – The Debut Film Competition, Best Film Award, Honorable Mention
Meeting with the video directors
Onoda - 10,000 nights in the jungle - conversation with the director
Bad luck banging or loony porn - conversation with the director
Fabian - going to the dogs - conversation with the actor
Undergods - conversation with the director
Armugan - conversation with the director
Small body - conversation with the director
Street gang: how we got to sesame street - tv talk
Blue moon - conversation with the director
Brighton 4th - conversation with the director
Intregalde - conversation with the director
The crossing - conversation with the director
Playground - conversation with the director
Wild men - conversation with the director
Captain Volkonogov escaped - conversation with the directors
What do we see when we look at the sky? - conversation with the director
Brother's keeper - conversation with the director
Mikado - conversation with the director
In the mirror - conversation with the director
Wendy - conversation with the director
My sunny Maad - conversation with the director
Cinematheque, Rappoport auditorium, Tikotin Museum and other locations in Haifa
38th edition of the international film festival in Haifa
16 French films or made in co-production with France programmed by the
festival
This year, the Festival will screen no less than 16 French films or films
made in co-production with France, with the support of the French Institute
in Israel.
All the films scheduled have been released recently, in 2021 or 2022, or will
be released very soon, which will allow them to be seen in preview in Israel.
Among these, "Adieu Monsieur Haffmann" by Fred Cavayé (January 2022)
with Daniel Auteuil and Gilles Lellouche, based on the text by Jean-Phillippe
Daguerre, "Maigret" by Patrice Leconte (February 2022) with Gérard
Depardieu in the role of Georges Simenon's iconic detective, "Peter von
Kant", François Ozon's latest film released last July with Isabelle Adjani, or
"Brother and Sister" by Arnaud Desplechin (May 2022) with Marion
Cotillard, a drama family which depicts a brother and a sister who have
been angry for 20 years and their reunion after the death of their parents.
The family conflict is also at the heart of "The Line" by Ursula Meier (due
out in January 2023) portraying a complicated mother/daughter relationship.
The Festival has chosen to program two introspective films: "La montagne"
by Thomas Salvador with Thomas Salvador and Louise Bourgouin which
will be released in February 2023 - the story of a Parisian engineer
irresistibly drawn to the mountains and who decides to retire there – and
“More than ever” by Emile Atef (release scheduled for November 2022) with
Gaspard Ulliel, who died last winter – a happy couple whose wife, faced with
an existential decision, decides to go alone to Norway in search of peace.
We should also mention two initiatory films: “Les amandiers” by Valéria
Bruni-Tedeschi (theatrical release in France scheduled for November 2022)
about young apprentice actors who find themselves at the theater school of
the Amandiers de Nanterre, or “Maria rêve” , by Laurane Escaffre and
Yvonnick Muller with Karin Viard playing a shy and romantic woman,
housekeeper, assigned to the School of Fine Arts where she meets Hubert,
the school's whimsical caretaker.
As often in French cinema, we find societal comedies, funny or dramatic,
borrowed from these current issues that reveal the concerns of our time. "La
brigade" by Louis-Julien Petit for example with Audrey Lamy tells the story
tory of Cathy, canteen in a home for young migrants. “The Worst” by Lise
Akoka and Romane Guéret features 4 teenagers from the Picasso estate
chosen for the shooting of a film in Boulogne-sur-Mer.
See also: "Reines" by Yasmine Benkiran, the beautiful escape of a trio of
women chased by the police across the Moroccan Atlas.
The Festival also programmed two animated films “The neighbors of my
neighbors are my neighbors” by Léo Marchand and Anne-Laure Daffis and
“The Pharaoh, the Savage and the Princess” by Michel Oncelot.
All the films scheduled have been released recently, in 2021 or 2022, or will
be released very soon, which will allow them to be seen in preview during
the festival. Among these, "Adieu Monsieur Haffmann" by Fred Cavayé
with Daniel Auteuil and Gilles Lellouche, "Maigret" by Patrice Leconte with
Gérard Depardieu, "Peter von Kant", François Ozon's latest film, "Brother
and Sister" by Arnaud Desplechin with Marion Cotillard, and many more...
Ten Italian films will be screened in Israel as part of the 38th edition of the
Haifa International Film Festival (HAIFF), one of the country's most
important events for fans and professionals. All films are in their original
language, with English and Hebrew subtitles.
CALENDAR OF ALL ITALIAN FILMS ON THE PROGRAMME:
Carmel International Competition
On October 13, 15:15, LEONORA ADDIO (2022), by Paolo Taviani
On October 17, 12:00, LEONORA ADDIO (2022), by Paolo Taviani
Gold Anchor Contest
On October 12, 20:00, DELTA, by Michele Vannucci
On October 16, 18:00, DELTA, by Michele Vannucci
Panorama
On October 09, 19:00, PRINCESS (2022), by Roberto De Paolis
On October 10, 20:30, THE EIGHT MOUNTAINS (2022), by Felix Van
Groeningen and Charlotte Vandermeersch
On October 11, 20:45, NOSTALGIA (2022), by Mario Martone
On October 15, 17:30, THE EIGHT MOUNTAINS (2022), by Felix Van
Groeningen and Charlotte Vandermeersch
On October 16, 18:00, NOSTALGIA (2022), by Mario Martone
On October 17, 11:00, PRINCESS (2022), by Roberto De Paolis
Haifa Docs
On October 09, 12:00, SERGIO LEONE, THE ITALIAN WHO INVENTED
AMERICA (2022), by Francesco Zippel
On October 10, 13:15, MARCIA SU ROMA (2022), by Mark Cousins
On October 13, 18:00, THE MATCHMAKER (2022), by Benedetta Argentieri
On October 15, 18:30, THE MATCHMAKER (2022), by Benedetta Argentieri
On October 16, 16:00, MARCIA SU ROMA (2022), by Mark Cousins
On October 17, 12:30, SERGIO LEONE, THE ITALIAN WHO INVENTED
AMERICA (2022), by Francesco Zippel
Wild Haifa Nights
On October 12, 22:30, BLACK GLASSES (2022), by Dario Argento
On October 16, 22:15, BLACK GLASSES (2022), by Dario Argento
Haifa Classics
On October 13, 10:30, KAOS (1984), by Paolo and Vittoprio Taviani
On October 17, 16:00, KAOS (1984), by Paolo and Vittoprio Tavian
Screening Halls
Haifa Auditorium, 142 Hanassi Ave.
Haifa Cinematheque, 142 Hanassi Ave.
New Rappaport Hall, 140 Hanassi Ave.
The Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art, Auditorium Raphael, 89 Hanassi Ave.
The hall is about a 10–15-minute walk from the festival complex
Beit Hecht, 138 Hanasi Ave.
Krieger Center, Eliyahu Hakim 6, Carmel French
The center is about a 15 minute drive from the festival complex
Festival Plaza - 142 Hannasi Blvd.
Disability accessibility at all theatres.
There is access for the disabled in all the halls, an audio system for the hard of
hearing is installed in all the halls
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