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Exhibition on Screen 2020

The Jerusalem Cinematheque is proud to present, for the second year, the global sensation Exhibition on Screen, in collaboration with top international museums and galleries.

With a cinematic tour through the halls of museums and insights from leading historians, curators and art critics, Exhibition on Screen brings exhibition-based art films to a cinema near you and takes the audience on a mesmerizing and unforgettable journey into the life and work of the utmost renowned and loved artists in history.

Led by award-winning filmmakers Phil Grabsky and David Bickerstaff, Exhibition on Screen, has extensive relationships with galleries around the world, such as the National Gallery, Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Tate, MoMA, Hermitage, Royal Academy and many more.

The Jerusalem Cinematheque is pleased to invite the Israeli audience to join millions of other viewers from around the world on this extraordinary experience.

Vermeer from The National Gallery, London

Dir.: Phil Grabsky, Ben Harding
| 85 minutes

The National Gallery of London is offering a fresh look at arguably one of the greatest artists of all – Johannes Vermeer. This new cinematic exploration will take their enjoyment of Vermeer’s life and work to a new level. In glorious HD see these paintings as never before.

Renoir: Revered and Reviled

Dir.: Phil Grabsky
| 85 minutes

This stunning and fresh biography of the great Pierre-Auguste Renoir examines how and why, though his impressionist work was admired, Renoir changed course. Based on the remarkable collection at the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia, the film explores this new direction and why it provokes such extreme reactions.

The Impressionists - and the Man Who Made Them

Dir.: Phil Grabsky
| 90 minutes

Monet, Cezanne, Degas, Renoir: some of the world’s most popular artists. Their works, and that of their contemporaries, fetch tens of millions of dollars around the globe. But who were they really? Why & how exactly did they paint? What lies behind their enduring appeal?