The Tel Aviv EPOS International Art Film Festival, Presents:
Not In Our Neighborhood
Hebrew with English Subtitles
Followed by talk with the director & producer, Ella Zaharano Grinhouse
All the films in the festival deal with artistic themes including visual art, poetry, literature, and architecture.
Date: Thursday, March 20th, 2014 7pm - 9pm, Please arrive on time. Venue: Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Assia Auditorium
About the Film: Not In Our Neighborhood
Our film is an Israeli documentary about fringe theater across the country. Sean, Valeria, Odel and Asael are teenagers trapped by the stereotypes that Israeli society has attached to them. As part of an educational project with the Cameri Theater, they stage a play about their personal lives that is meant to provide them a platform to express themselves. Instead, despite the project’s good intentions, it reveals that the teens’ home and educational environments don’t always succeed in looking past labels and typecasts either. This story is about children who seek as many moments of grace as possible amid a society that is often unable to accept those it perceives at different.
About the Event: Tel Aviv EPOS International Art Film Festival
This week starts the EPOS International Art Film Festival - this is a film festival of around 50 movies, screened over 10 days from 19th - 29th of March, taking place at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art (www.filmart.co.il/en). The films all deal with artistic themes including visual art, poetry, literature, and architecture. We are doing a special Tel Aviv Arts Council screening this Thursday at 7pm to see the movie “Not in our Neighborhood” -an Israeli documentary film about fringe theater around Israel. 60% of the films in the festival are “English-friendly” with either English dialogue or English subtitles, and we have a fantastic discount of a 45% reduction on all tickets- 24 ILS instead of 44 ILS - for all movies- each ticket includes entry to roam around the Art Museum as well. Simply quote the discount code “120” when calling up the museum - 03-607-7020. So join us for our Arts Council screening this Thursday at 7pm, and enjoy other films in the festival as well.