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Jerusalem Cinematheque

Founded in 1974 by Lia van Leer, the Jerusalem Cinematheque moved to its current venue overlooking the Hinnon Valley and the scenic slopes of Mount Zion in 1981. The two-screen art house cinema offers regular showings of local Israeli, foreign and specialty films along with general releases, typically screening several different films daily. Every July, it hosts the International Jerusalem Film Festival - Israel's answer to Cannes. In addition, the Jerusalem Cinematheque hosts the annual Film Festival for Children and Youth, and the Jewish Film Festival. The Israel Film Archive is housed in the basement and contains over 20,000 films, mainly of Jewish and Israeli interest. Challenging for the disabled.

Talbiya
11 Derekh Hevron
Phone: 02-5654333
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