The London Israeli Film and Television Festival showcases ‘Dancing Arabs’ at Manchester Maccabi on 16th June.
From 11th – 21st June, SERET 2015 – The London Israeli Film and Television Festival – will be showcasing a varied programme of feature films, shorts, documentaries and TV series, created by Israel’s most talented film and television makers, with many enjoying their UK premieres.
Dancing Arabs by director Eran Riklis will be screened at Manchester Macabbi on 16th June at 8pm.
Over the last decade Israel has emerged as a surprising powerhouse in the foreign film industry with many award-winning films and TV series. This year, SERET 2015 will be featuring a range of fascinating subjects from the darkness of incest to the dangers of spying; the complexities surrounding disabled dating to the depths of mental illness; from racism to the romance of lost loves, and stories of trading places to poetry.
According to Festival co-founders, Odelia Haroush, Anat Koren and Patty Hochmann: “Israeli films are the eyes and ears of a new generation of filmmakers. They reflect a melting pot of cultures, religions and social backgrounds, encouraging audiences to rethink their views.
“SERET 2015 will make you laugh, fill you with wonder, provoke strong reactions and, of course, entertain.”
To book tickets, visit www.seret.org.uk