Tel Aviv Cinema Club @Kuli Alma 18/12by Anna Kopito | 16.12.14
The first-ever Tel Aviv Cinema Club will feature a collection of short films by talented local and international film makers, including “Greenland,” a 2015 Sundance Film Festival-nominated short film, taking place at Kuli Alma, this Thursday, December 18, 2014. In collaboration with Cinema Club (Brooklyn), the program for the inaugural Tel Aviv Cinema Club focuses on domesticity and sexuality through the voice of American and Israeli filmmakers. The featured short of the evening is “Greenland” by Oren Gerner, the story of a young adult experiencing his adolescent home as he packs his things to move in with his girlfriend. “Greenland” was named “Best International Short Film” at the 62nd San Sebastian Film Festival, and is nominated for “Best International Short Film” at the upcoming Sundance Film Festival in January 2015. Gerner will be also take party in a Q&A following the screening.
The Tel Aviv Cinema Club will also feature two additional short films, including “Tzniut” by David Formentin, the story of a Hasidic woman in Williamsburg, Brooklyn who discovers she has an STD; and “Four Eyes” by Conor Byrne.
For more details visit Tel Aviv Cinema Club’s Facebook event.