August 11, 2009

City to City, Future Projections, and Dundas Events

I've added the City to City program to the master list. It includes a couple classic films, Efraim Kishon's The Big Dig (1969) and Uri Zohar's Big Eyes (1974), along with Keren Yedaya's Jaffa, which got mixed reviews at Cannes, and a new, two-part History of Israeli Cinema by Raphael Nadjari. Of the Future Projections, I'll definitely catch Phantoms of Nabua by Apitchatpong Weersethakul. I've never attended any of the events on Dundas Square but a visit by Neil Young is tempting.

1 comments:

Maya said...

The History of Israeli Cinema just played our Jewish Film Festival. I tried to watch it but became listless. It's an overwhelming sprawl of a film.