Der Dybbuk (1937-2017) 50 minutes | Film and Live Performance Directed by Michael Waszynski (Poland, 1937) with a new edition by Adi Kaplan, Shachar Carmel & Sala-manca (2017) Live dubbing  by […]

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The call for submissions for the Israeli Video Art and Experimental Cinema Awards competition is open. The Lia van Leer Award, courtesy of Rivka Saker 12,000 nis Award on behalf […]

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Next Screening Once a month, experimental 16mm films from the Israeli Film Archives are screend at the Mamuta Lisbon Cinema. The club is a collaborative project by Mamuta and the […]

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A selection of the experimental video art progrma Interesections of the Jerusalem Film Festival curated by Sala-manca with works by Ran Slavin, Nevet Yitzhak, Dana Gillerman, Avraham Tsion Hasan, Sally […]

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Judges considerations Lia Van Leer Award – Maya Geller / Factory In this premiere work, Maya Geller presents a rich and cohesive cinematic language. Through this gripping video, Geller manages […]

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Phil Solomon

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Phil Solomon | Archaeology in Reverse exhibition catalog curator: Hava Aldouby On the occasion of the Jerusalem Film Festival 2015, an exhibition of films and digital installations by experimental filmmaker […]

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19.5.2015 | Tuesday | 19:00 | Mamuta at Hansen | Gedalyahu Alon 14, Jerusalem The screening  will be in presence of the artists. free entrance Tamara Moyzes and Shlomi Yaffe often […]

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Presenting a selection of Israeli Video Art from the “Intersections” of the Jerusalem Film Festival: ntersections (Israel Video Art) from the Jerusalem Film Festival – Expermiental Cinema and Video Art […]

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Reels on Wheels

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Reels on Wheels is a mobile cinema project that will visit neighborhoods, towns, villages, and communities to project films and video works by local artists. In the last decades we have […]

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HEB2 at BEZALEL 0

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HEB2 at BEZALEL0 | Curators: Sala-manca | 2009 in the frame of Manofim   For four nights at the end of summer 2009, a residential building on the corner of […]

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