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Israeli Film Week – Budapest – Hungary – 2015.

Israeli film week Budapest 2015.

Puskin Cinema

 District, V.,  18.  Kossuth Lajos Street – Budapest.

Budapest Jewish Film Festival is the largest event of its kind in Central and Eastern Europe.

Movie lovers are more than welcomed to watch films which are screened once-a-year  m Hungary during the
israeli film week festival in Budapest.

The festival will take place between the  December,  3. – 9. 2015., with a line-up of the latest movies depicting today’s Jewish culture and heritage.

The Israeli Film Week has reach it the 19th.  anniversary  to be screening in Budapest.   The audience can watch both older and new films at Puskin Cinema as well as  to take part in listening to lectures. The Israeli Film Week is cooperation between the Embassy of Israel in Budapest and the Israeli Cultural Institute.

The Puskin Cinema is right in the middle of the Downtown area  and can easily  can say it is one of the most spectacular cinemas in Budapest. The Puskin  Cinema has been screening moving pictures since 1926, and back this was the largest cinema in Europe. The cinema went through a couple of reconstructions. To-day it has 3-halls  equipped with excellent visuals and sound.  Worthwhile to look around before the screening to see its  superb architectural and interior design.

Films within the coming week:

Thursday,  December, 3. – 6.30 p.m. – Dancing Arabs,  8.30 p.m. –  Apples from the Desert,  6 p.m.  –  Te’alat Blaumilch, 7.30 p.m. –  The Dove Flyer.

Friday, December, 4.  –  6.30 p.m. –  Zaytoun, 8.30 p.m.  – Yael Perlov: Water Project (After the screening Yael Perlov will be answering questions), 6 p.m. –  Szallah Sabati, 7.30 p.m. – Before the Revolution

Saturday,  December, 5.  – 8.30 p.m. – Yael Perlov: Coffee Project (After the screening Yael Perlov will be answering questions), 8.30 p.m. –  Dancing Arabs, 6 p.m. –  Ervinka, 7.30 p.m. –  Hill start.

Sunday, December, 6. –  6.30 p.m. –  The Green Prince, 8.30 p.m. –  Border Living, 6 p.m.  – Hashoter Azulay, 7.30 p.m. –  Only In New York/Peace After Marriage.

Monday, December, 7.  –  6.30 p.m.  – The Dove Flyer (After the screening an expert will be answering questions), 8.30 p.m.  –Before the Revolution, 6 p.m.  – Te’alat Blaumilch, 7.30 p.m. –  Big Bad Wolves.

Tuesday, December 8. –  6.30 p.m. –  Apples from the Desert, 8.30 p.m. – Hill start, 6 p.m. –  Szallah Sabati, 7.30 p.m. –  Border Living

Wednesday, December, 9. – 6.30 p.m. – Only In New York / Peace After Marriage,  8.30 p.m. –  Zaytoun, 6 p.m. – Ervinka, 7.30 p.m.  –  Big Bad Wolves.

Update by Aggie Reiter