Other Israel Film Festival Opens Today

Green Dreams (courtesy of Levi Zini)
The Other Israel Film Festival launches into its seventh season today, Thursday November 14 through November 21, 2013 in venues around Manhattan and Brooklyn.  Promoting awareness regarding the diversity of the State of Israel through quality cinema, the week-long festival presents a wide variety of genre films and formats encompassing Educational films, Documentaries, Narratives, Family films, Dramas, Human Rights films, Short films, and a TV series.  The festival also exhibits several guest speakers including a post film panel discussion moderated by the Emmy and Oscar winning filmmaker Michael Moore.   For ticket availability and select free screenings, please refer to their website by clicking on the film titles below.  
Good Garbage (courtesy of Go2Films)

by Jill Beardsworth and Keith Walsh, Austria/ Ireland/ Syria/ Israel 

Apples of Golan

Arabani by Adi Adwan, Israel

Dancing in Jaffa by Hilla Medalia, USA/Israel
Dancing in Jaffa (courtesy of Know Productions)
Dove’s Cry by Ganit Ilouz, Israel

The Fading Valley by Irit Gal, Israel

The Garden of Eden by Ran Tal, Israel

Good Garbage by Shosh Shlam and Ada Ushpiz, Israel

Green Dreams by Levi Zini, Israel

Inheritance by Hiam Abbass, France/Israel/Turkey
Inheritance (courtesy fo Film Distribution, France)

It’s Better to Jump by Gina Angelone, Mouna Stewart, and Patrick 
Alexander, USA/ Palestine/ Israel Stewart

The Lesson by Anat Zuria, Israel
The Lesson (courtesy of Go2Films)

Mom, Dad, I’m Muslim by Anat Tel Mendelvich, Israel

Under the Same Sun by Sameh Zoabi


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