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Program

15 Jan 2014 - 31 Jan 2014

Another Look - The Restored European Film Project

Another Look - The Restored European Film Project is a mini festival of restored unique movies from EU included the symposium on the topic of audiovisual preservation and restoration. The festival will be opened by the restored copy of the world-known movie by the Czech Academy Award director Miloš Forman "Firemen´s Ball". Partners: EUNIC, Tel Aviv Cinemateque, Jerusalem Cinemateque, Haifa Cinemateque, FIAF

"Another Look - The Restored European Film Project" marks a unique venture whose purpose is to raise awareness of both classic European cinema and the means by which it is preserved. Through the collaboration of the European Union and local European embassies, this project will present thirteen films, one from each participating nation, all in restored versions and high quality formats. Each of these films was carefully chosen in order to present different facets of life across Europe, and at the same time to testify to the diversity of cinematic practice in the past century.

 

Dates:

Cinematheque Tel Aviv
16.1.14 - 21:00
Cinematheque Jerusalem
21.1.2014 - 21:00
Cinematheque Haifa
15.1.14 - 20:30

 

The full program:

http://anotherlook.co.il/2/.

 

The tickets:

Can be purchased at each Cinematheque.

 

In addition to the screenings, the project will also feature a symposium on the topic of audiovisual preservation and restoration. This event will include presentations by well-known experts representing the European and Israeli archival fields. While geared primarily towards film and archive professionals, this symposium is open to the public, and all who are interested in audiovisual preservation are encouraged to attend.

The Czech representative in this event will be the restored movie by Milos Forman "Firemen´s Ball". World-known, Academy Award Nominee, part of the New Czech Wave. Simple, clear, czech features and characters based in a small village Forman shows with his specific sense of humour. National Film Archive carefully restored this unique movie and the director of this institute, Mr. Michal Bregant wil come to Israel not only to present the precise work of NFA on this movie, but as well the global plans of restorations for the future.


A symposium featuring presentations from:
Meir Russo (The Israel Film Archive-Jerusalem Cinematheque), Deborah Steinmetz (The Steven Spielberg Jewish Film Archive), Joav Shdema (D.B Digital), Anca Mitran (The Romanian National Film Archive), Michal Bergant (The Czech National Film Archive), Liat Benhabib (Yad Vashem Visual Center), Thomas Ballhausen and Silvester Stöger (Filmarchiv Austria). The symposium will discuss different facets of audio-visual restoration as well as current and cutting-edge film restoration projects.
The event includes English-speaking presentations that will be simultaneously translated into Hebrew.
The symposium is free and open to the general public.

 

The Firemen´s Ball

On a wintery day in a provincial town, the local firemen’s brigade organizes a ball in honor of its leader’s birthday. Yet their best-laid plans quickly go astray: ceiling decorations collapse; the lottery prizes are stolen; the female participants of a makeshift beauty contest lock themselves in the bathroom; and fire erupts in a nearby building, drawing the revelers out into the snow. With all this mayhem, the firemen’s committee is forced to exert power and restore order; its leadership skills, however, will not be up for the task.

THE FIREMEN'S BALL (CZECHOSLOVAKIA, 1967)
Directing: Miloš Forman
Screenplay: Miloš Forman, Jaroslav Papousek, Ivan Passer
Cinematography: Miroslav Ondrícek
Editing: Miroslav Hájek
Cast: Jan Vostrcil, Josef Kolb, Josef Sebánek
COLOR, 73 minutes
Hebrew & English subtitles

Venue:
Jerusalem Cinemateque, 11 Hebron Rd. POB 8561 Jerusalem, 91083, Tel Aviv Cinematheque, 5 HArba'a st. Tel Aviv
Date

From: 15 Jan 2014
To: 31 Jan 2014

Organizer:

Czech Center is a coorganizer of the event


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