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Movies at the Museum: Tel Aviv

Feb 21, 2018
7:00 PM

This winter, the AAM and Aspen Film present the Movies at the Museum program “Two Places,” featuring films that provide diverse perspectives on places that are often defined by stereotypes: Los Angeles and Tel Aviv. Complementing the nuanced looks at these places by AAM exhibiting artists Zoe Crosher and Thomas Struth, the pairing of a short film and feature-length film presents refreshing alternatives to clichéd representations of two global locations.

Short Film: Hounds (2016)

Directed by Omer Tobi
Not Rated
30 min

After sixteen years, Iris Kadosh has received a promotion in her post as museum guard in the National Art Museum. Shortly after, an important sculpture is damaged and a comedic drama unfolds. Winner of Best Comedy at Aspen Film’s Shortsfest 2016.

Feature Film: Dancing in Jaffa (2013)

Directed by Hilla Medalia
Not Rated
90 min

This documentary follows renowned ballroom dancer Pierre Dulaine as he takes his program “Dancing Classrooms” back to his hometown, Jaffa, to teach Jewish and Palestinian Israelis to dance and compete together.

AAM education programs are made possible by the Questrom Education Fund. Additional support for Movies at the Museum is provided by the Etkin Family Digital Media and Moving Image Fund.