An ongoing institution in the Jerusalem arts, culture and film scene.
In 1973, George Ostrovsky began to realize his lifelong dream of creating a cinematheque in Israel. By 1981, the Jerusalem Cinematheque and Israel Film Archives officially opened to introduce the Jerusalem public to the universal language of film. Thanks to regular screenings, festivals and events, film has become an integral part of the Jerusalem landscape. Every summer, the Jerusalem Cinematheque hosts the Jerusalem Film Festival, one of (if not) the biggest film festival in Israel. Whether cultural and religious or contemporary and classic films, there is always something worth a ticket at this film establishment.
|Venue name:||Jerusalem Cinematheque|
11 Hebron Rd
|Opening hours:||check website for movie times|