SERET: Portraying the Religious and the Secular

Cinema

Join us for a lively discussion on the portrayal of religious versus secular life in Israel, supported with clips from film and TV, with a panel of Israeli film and TV makers.

Chaired by Asher Tlalim, an Israeli Academy Award Winner and leading film-making teacher and academic, the panel will include Yonatan Indurski – script writer of the TV series Autonomies and Schtisel, who was born into an ultra-orthodox family – and Moshe Fulkenflik, the lead actor in the film Redemption.

The event will include the screening of a full episode of the Israeli TV hit series Autonomies which presents an alternate reality to present day Israel, a nation torn and divided by a wall into the secular “State of Israel” with Tel Aviv as its capital, and the “Haredi Autonomy” in Jerusalem, run by an ultra-Orthodox religious group.

There will also be clips shown during the discussion from The Other Story; Redemption; The Unorthodox; The Testament; The Jewish Underground and Unsettling.

 

Venue

JW3 Cinema
Add to Calendar 06/05/2019 18:30:00 06/05/2019 18:30:00 SERET: Portraying the Religious and the Secular Join us for a lively discussion on the portrayal of religious versus secular life in Israel, supported with clips from film and TV, with a panel of Israeli film and TV makers. Chaired by Asher Tlalim, an Israeli Academy Award Winner and leading film-making teacher and academic, the panel will include Yonatan Indurski – script writer of the TV series Autonomies and Schtisel, who was born into an ultra-orthodox family – and Moshe Fulkenflik, the lead actor in the film Redemption. JW3 Cinema DD/MM/YYYY

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