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A Celebration of Art and Cinema for the Whole Family 28.10
Saturday

Children’s Film Club, Jerusalem Cinematheque

 

Pre-purchase tickets by joining the Jerusalem Cinematheque’s “Children’s Film Club.”

Details at the Cinemateque website or at *9377

 

Movie ticket: 10NIS

Workshop ticket: 10NIS

 

10:30am

Creative Workshops for Families

 

 

Playing with Trash | Toys and art from recycled materials

With Roderigo Imaz (Mexico)

English (translation to Hebrew)

Workshop for parents and children (6+), advance registration necessary

Turning discarded materials into original toys and sculptures. We recommend that you bring the “trash”

from home.

 

Roderigo Imaz is the artist in residence at Art Cube Artists’ Studios international residency

program LowRes

 

The Wolf Head | Make the unique helmet of the King of Georgia and get to know

the mythology of the Caucasus

With Nino Biniashvili (Georgia/Jerusalem)

Workshop for parents and children (6+), advance registration necessary

We will read the legend of the foundation of Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, and King Vakhtang Gorgasali

(“Wolf Head”) from Nino Biniashvili’s graphic novel On the Edge of the Black Sea.

 

Nino Biniashvili is an artist working in Art Cube Artists’ Studios

 

11:30am

Children’s Film Club

Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax (USA, 2012)

Dir: Chris Renaud, Kyle Balda

86 min. | Hebrew dubbing (for the whole family)

 

In a town with no trees, and oxygen breathing from bottles, young Audrey dreams of returning the trees. Ted, in love with her, decides to fulfill this wish. That’s how he meets Lorax, who fights people who cut down the forests, and gets a chance to save the trees. “The Lorax” is based on an intimate and ecological work by Dr. Suss from the early 1970s, adapted to the spirit of this time: rhythmic plot, a touch of romance and the necessary ecological values.

 

Saturday events were made possible thanks to the generous support of NJD

Charitable Trust

 

 

19:00pm

Juan Perros (Mexico, 2016)

Screening of Rodrigo Imaz’s documentry film

Jerusalem Cinematheque

The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the artist Rodrigo Imaz and curator Maayan Sheleff

seats are numbered, tickets may be purchased at: www.jer-cin.org.il

Tickets – 20 NIS

 

Juan Perros

Mexico

2016

Dir: Rodrigo Imaz

 

Juan Perros is a documentary that portrays a simple, intimate and emotional portrait of a man who lives off waste he collects in the Mexican desert of Coahuila. Juan works tirelessly to survive in this arid and hostile environment, surrounded by his animals who he treats as family. Facing the constant power of nature and abandoned by society, Juan lives without drama, practicing a philosophy of life that is both humble and radical. With his words, Juan brings us closer to the essence of humanity and nature, the sublime and the brutal, set against a stunning desert landscape. Juan Perros transports us to the most intimate corners of the human condition. Despite everything he experienced, Juan has not loss his connection to nature; on the contrary, he has created a closer bond. The film Juan Perros won Best Documentary Short Film in 14FICM Morelia International Film Festival 2016 and was Internationally Premiered at the 56 Semaine de la Critique at Cannes Film Festival 2017.

Spanish-English subtitles

34:15 min.

Juan Perros, Mexico, 2016, Rodrigo Imaz
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