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A father (Viggo Mortensen) raising his six kids in the forest is forced to leave his secluded paradise. The family's journey into civilization challenges his idea of parenthood. Winner of the Un Certain Regard Directing Award in Cannes.
In 1951 America, an idealistic Jewish student heads to a small, conservative Ohio college. Though he achieves academic success, he also faces antisemitism, oppression and sexual repression. A refined, highly acclaimed adaptation to Philip Roth's novel Indignation.
Violette, a chic Parisian, falls for Jean-Rene, an IT geek. Cultural differences and Violette's son Lolo are not making things easy for the love birds. Julie Delpy directs and stars in this fun romantic comedy, featuring actors Vincent Lacoste and Dany Boon.
A comic adaptation of Jane Austen's novel about a beautiful widow searching for a match for her daughter, and perhaps one for herself. Whit Stillman (The Last Days of Disco) casts Kate Beckinsale and Chloe Sevigny, and succeeds in augmenting Austen's sly wit.
Philip, a divorced father of two, tries his best to maintain a healthy and stable lifestyle, but it seems as though his increasingly eccentric family and unhinged surroundings are determined to drive his life out of control. Dominik Moll (Lemming) serves up a clever and flawlessly-acted comedy.
Benjamin Millepied, the French dancer and choreographer behind Black Swan, was appointed director of the Paris Opera Ballet in 2014. This documentary follows the rehearsals of his first production, depicting a fascinating artist and the multitude of challenges that he faces.
The tension between art and commerce in the fashion world is exposed in this documentary that follows the production of the Met's 2015 fashion exhibit and the preparations for Anna Wintour's gala, attended by the biggest celebrities in their finery.
A heartwarming dramedy starring the magnificent Susan Sarandon who plays a new widow that throws herself into the life of her single daughter, causing a meddlesome mess. Exquisitely written and directed by Lorene Scafaria (Seeking a Friend for the End of the World).
Ricardo Darin and Javier Camara star in this touching drama, in which two old friends reunite for a few days in Madrid. Truman won Best Film and Best Actor at San Sebastian as well as the Goya award for Best Film.
Monica Bellucci stars in a contemporary melodrama about four individuals grappling with their own emotional baggage whose lives intertwine during the course of one night. Guy Edoin’s film explores human complexity with great sensitivity while engaging with the melodrama tradition of Douglas Sirk, Fassbinder and Almodovar.
A gripping docu-thriller by Academy Award-winner Alex Gibney. A journey into the heart of cyber warfare in the form of an uncontrollable, malicious computer virus, co-developed by Israel and the US for the sole purpose of sabotaging the Iranian nuclear project.
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Jerusalem Cinematheque

11 Hebron Rd.
Jerusalem, 91083
Contact | 02-565-4333
Tickets  | *9377