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Scarred Generation – A Tribute to 30 Years Jerusalem Sam Spiegel Film School


17.11., 15:00 h17:00 h

When: 17th November 2019, Sunday at 3 pm
Where: Filmforum NRW im Museum Ludwig (Bischofsgartenstraße 1, 50667 Cologne)
Admission: 7 € / reduced 5 €

On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the Jerusalem Sam Spiegel Film School (JSFS), but also due to a new growing anti-semitism, the SK Stiftung Kultur presents in cooperation with the KFFK / Short Film Festival Cologne the guest program “Scarred Generation – A Tribute to 30 Years Jerusalem Sam Spiegel Film School”.

The short film program, curated by Renen Schorr, founding director of the JSFS, and Maryanne Redpath, head of the section ‘Generation’ of the Berlinale, looks at a young Israel and an insecure generation with a selection of outstanding works by the Israeli film school.

In six short films from 1997 to 2015, the program focuses on the conflict-affected living conditions of young Israelis. The short film program is a historical cross-section of a scar-marked generation that sheds light on growing up in a conflict-ridden region from very different perspectives.

Filmmaker Aleeza Chanowitz (“Mushkie”) will be a guest from Israel and guide through the program. Subsequent there will be a Q&A with her and the audience.

The short film program was first shown in February 2018 at the 69th Berlinale.

Playing time: 104 minutes | Original version with english subtitles

More information and  program details you can find here.

 

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Photo credit: © Jerusalem Sam Spiegel Film School; Videostill from “Chol | Bedouin Sand” (Regie: Omri Levy, Israel 1997, 17′)


Details

Date:
17.11.
Time:
15:00 – 17:00

Venue

Filmforum NRW im Museum Ludwig
Bischofsgartenstraße 1, 50667 Köln
Köln, Nordrhein-Westfalen 50667 Deutschland
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