The Romanian Cultural Institute in Tel Aviv and the Romanian embassy in Israel will organize the Francophonie Film Festival at the Cinema in Holon, on March 13-17. Films from Romania, France, Switzerland, Canada, Belgium, Cyprus, Greece and the Ivory Coast will be screened, with Hebrew subtitles.
With the support of the Romanian Cultural Institute in Tel Aviv, the “Why Me” film, directed by Tudor Giurgiu, will represent Romania and will be screened as part of the festival’s official programme, on March 16, at 6 p.m.
Starting in 1998, the International Day of Francophonie is celebrated each year on March 20. The French embassy and the French Institute, in collaboration with the embassies of various francophone countries will organize in Israel a series of cultural events under the title “Days of Francophonie.”