8.03.2021 - 11.03.2021 Film

Women’s Film Festival in Jerusalem

Agnieszka Holland will be the guest of honor of the Women’s Film Festival in Jerusalem and of the Artist’s Workshop that will be open to the general public

The prominent movie director Agnieszka Holland will be the guest of honor of the Women’s Film Festival in Jerusalem

and of the Artist’s Workshop that will be open to the general public.

The Artist’s Workshop will host Agnieszka Holland on March 9, 2021 at 20:00.

The Festival will be held at the Jerusalem Cinematheque in an online edition on March 8-11, 2021.

The special workshop is the joint creation of the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, of the Polish Institute in Tel Aviv, of the Festival and, last but not least, of the Israeli Academy of Film and Television.

 

Agnieszka Holland is one of Europe’s leading movie directors and a three-time Oscar nominee. Currently, she is the President of the European Film Academy.

The Israeli movie director Mia Dreifuss will host the Artist’s Workshop.

The Workshop will be open to the general public and it is possible to register for it here.  

Agnieszka Holland embarked on her career in the seventies. Her movie Angry Harvest was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign-Language Film and Europe Europe for Best

Original Screenplay.

The ceremony will be opened by the Director of the Polish Institute in Tel Aviv, Mrs. Katarzyna Dzierżawska. Followed by Karin Keiner, member of the administrative committee of the Israeli

Academy of Film and Television. 

The Women’s Film Festival in Jerusalem was created to promote and ensure exposure to women’s  cinema in Israel and all over the world with emphasis on egalitarianism and pluralism.

For the festival`s website 

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