The Irma Horowitz Film Series
Falafel & Films
Falafel and Short Israeli Films Presented by the Ma’Aleh School of Television and the Arts in Jerusalem
- Thursday, November 17 6:30 pm
- Fee: $12/person advance, $15/event day (includes falafel dinner)
A Little Bit Different
Chava, an ultra-orthodox young woman, called off her engagement a year ago. Now a new match has been suggested for her. The introduction is made, but Chava experiences a sharp disappointment. Can she put aside her prejudices to give love a chance to grow?
Full Of Life
Twelve-year-old Roni is sent by her mother to a weight-loss summer camp for fat children - the “Full of Life” camp. Roni, who is angry and rebellious, would normally find solace in the swimming pool, but the camp shares its pool with a professional children’s swim team, and Roni is ashamed to get in the water. Here Roni meets the team champion Yotam, who hates swimming but has no choice but to compete. A gentle bond is formed between the children which gives Roni the confidence to come to terms with her weight.
A 13 years old kid is embarrassed at his blind father.
This program is supported by the Irma Horowitz Endowment Fund.