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Hope I'm In The Frame: Online Screening and Discussion

  • 18 Mar 2021
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Streaming film and webinar panel event



Join the Consulate General of Israel to New England, Boston Women's Film Festival, Boston Jewish Film, and HaBostonyiot - Massachusetts Israeli Women Organization for a special Women's History Month virtual screening of "Hope I'm In The Frame" (Israel | 2017 | Documentary | 57 min.) and a panel discussion in honor of acclaimed actress Michal Bat-Adam, who broke barriers to become one of Israeli cinema’s first women directors, and will receive the Israel Prize this year in film art.

Bat-Adam was the first Israeli woman film director and the only one who has been creating films since 1970s. The intimate portrait of the trailblazing filmmaker follows her shooting a new low-budget film while exploring her relationship with her husband of 40 years, the film director Moshe Mizrahi, as they share the struggle to make films despite aging and the establishment’s rejection.

With registration, you will receive a link to stream the film for free between March 15-17 (including), and a zoom link for the online program on March 18 at 1 p.m. EST.

Panelists:
- Netalie Braun, Director and Producer – "Hope I'm In The Frame".

- Lior Elefant, a Ph.D. candidate at the Sociology and Anthropology department, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, whose research deals with gender inequality in the Israeli film industry.

Moderated by:
Jo-Ann Graziano, Executive Director, Boston Women's Film Festival
Lecturer, Comparative Media Studies/Writing, Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Read Elefant's latest report, "The Celluloid Ceiling: A Gender-Based Analysis of The Israeli Film Industry".




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