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TOMORROW TODAY - FISH'N'PILLS IN ISRAEL

My film Fish'n'Pills is now part of the project TOMORROW TODAY.

There will be public screenings during Haifa Film Festival 12-13. October 2017

Within the Haifa International Film Festival the project TOMORROW TODAY, initiated by the Goethe-Institut Israel and supported by the EU delegation to Israel, presents 5 high class environmental documentaries from Austria, the Czech Republic, France, Germany and Spain, which treat a number of subjects relevant for Israel today: water (Fish ‘n’ Pills, White Waves), sand (Sand Wars), sun (The Fourth Revolution) and plastic (Plastic Planet). Most of the screenings will be in an open air setting. Entrance is free.

The 4th Revolution – Energy Autonomy (Carl-A. Fechner, Germany)
11 October, 21:00 at Wadi (Hebrew subtitles)
13 October, 20:00 at Beth HaGefen (Arabic subtitles)
13 October, 21:00 at Piazza next to Cinematheque (Hebrew subtitles) DIE 4. REVOLUTION - ENERGY AUTONOMY

Plastic Planet (Werner Boote, Austria)
12 October, 20:00 at Beth HaGefen (Arabic subtitles)
Greeting words: Mrs. Rogette Wakeem
12 October, 19:00 at Wadi (Hebrew subtitles)

Sand Wars - The film. (Denis Delestrac, France)
12 October, 18:30 at Beth HaGefen (Arabic Subtitles)
13 October, 18:15 at Cinematheque (Hebrew Subtitles)

White Waves (Inka Reichert, Spain)
11 October, 19:00 at Wadi (Hebrew Subtitles)
13 October, 18:30 at Beth HaGefen (Arabic Subtitles)
13 October, 19:00 at Piazza next to Cinematheque (Hebrew Subtitles)

Fish ‘n’ Pills (Tereza Tara, Czech Republic)
12 October, 18:30 at Wadi (Hebrew Subtitles)
13 October, 18:00 at Beth HaGefen (Arabic Subtitles)
13 October, 18:30 at Piazza next to Cinematheque (Hebrew Subtitles) Hormonální akvárium/ Fish'n'Pills

Please note that screening times might still change. Find further information about the project here: http://bit.ly/TomorrowTodayFilmproject

Venues :
Piazza next to Cinematheque, HaNassi Blvd. 140
Beth HaGefen, HaGefen St. 2
Wadi, HaNamal St. 39 (next to Palmer Gate)

After the festival screenings all films will be made accessible to everybody in Israel through a streaming platform. In addition NGOs, schools, universities and other institutions interested in a public screening can turn to the project owners for support to organize a debate or a lecture on this occasion: yael.goldman@goethe.de













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