Dybbuks, vampires and Herzl: A preview of Jerusalem's Jewish Film Festival
The 14th Jewish Film Festival opening Sunday features Ben Kingsley narrating a documentary about the Zionist visionary, a selection of Jewish horror movies and the first feature film ever produced in Israel.
"Paris-Manhattan," directed by Sophie Lellouche, the story of a Jewish Frenchwoman who adores Woody Allen but falls in love with a Jewish man who has never seen an Allen film, will kick off the Fourteenth Jewish Film Festival in Jerusalem. The festival, opening on Sunday and ending on Friday, shows movies on Jewish topics and feature and documentary films - old and new, Israeli and foreign - made by or...
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