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Jewish Film Festival begins in Bucharest

The forth edition of the Bucharest Jewish Film Festival (BJFF) is kicking off today at Cinema Studio and the National Romanian Peasant’s Museum, ‘Horia Bernea’ hall. The seven nights of the festival (7-13 November) will bring the Bucharest audience over 50 films on Jewish themes, ranging from documentaries to art films that have received multiple awards at international festivals, as well as conferences and exhibitions.
The programme of his year’s festival edition is available online at www.bjff.ro.
On Monday, 10 November, at the Cinema Studio, Iris Lackner, film critic from Israel, will give a conference on the topic of Israeli Cinema: Origins, development and aim. On the same day, from 18h, after the ‘Two Barns’ documentary there will be a meeting with Roy Mandel and Ron Berstein, producers of the film.
Access to screenings and adjacent events will be free, subject to available seating capacity.

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