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Cinema of Israel refers to movie production in Israel since its founding in 1948. Most Israeli films are produced in Hebrew. Israel has been nominated for more Academy awards for Best foreign language film than any other country in the middle East.

                                     

1.1. History. Pre-state films. (Догосударственный фильмов)

The films were made in mandatory Palestine since the beginning of the silent film era although the development of the local film industry accelerated after the establishment of the state. Early films were mostly documentaries, news, reviews, shown in Israeli cinemas before the film.

In 1933, childrens books Zvi Oded Lieberman ha nodded the stranger was silent film, the countrys first full-length feature film for children made on a small budget with private funding. In 1938 another book Lieberman, I a ha-khoravot for the ruins was turned into a 70-minute film with soundtrack and dialogue. Lieberman wrote the script. Produced by Nathan Axelrod and directed by Alfred wolf, he told the story to children in Second Temple Jewish village in the Galilee, where all the adults were killed by the Romans. Children to rebuild the village. The production costs came to 1.000 Palestinian pounds. It flopped at the box office but is considered a milestone in the history of Israeli cinema.

One of the pioneers of cinema in Israel Baruch Agadati. Agadati purchased cinematographer Yaakov archives Ben Dovs film in 1934, when Ben Dov retired from films and together with his brother Yitzhak established the Aga newsreel. He led in the early Zionist film is the Earth, 1935.

                                     

1.2. History. The State Of Israel. (Государство Израиль)

In 1948, Yosef Navon, Director and Yitzhak Agadati, the producer of the First Hebrew-language film with his brother, Baruch Agadati, found an investor, businessman Mordechai Navon, who invested their own money in film and lab equipment. Agadati used his connections among the friends of the Haganah to acquire land for the Studio. In 1949, the film laboratories geva was created on the site of an abandoned woodshed in Givatayim.

In 1954, the Knesset passed the law on support of Israeli films החוק לעידוד הסרט הישראלי. Leading filmmakers in the 1960s years were Menahem Golan, Ephraim Kishon, and URI Zohar.

The first Bourekas film was Sallah Shabati, produced by Ephraim Kishon in 1964. In 1965, URI Zohar made a hole the film on the moon, influenced by the French New wave in cinema.

In the first decade of the 21st century, several Israeli film won awards at film festivals around the world. Famous films of this period: late marriage Dover Koshashvili, Broken wings, walk on water and Yossi & Jagger Eytan Fox, Ninas tragedies, campfire and Beaufort by Joseph cedar, or my treasure Keren yedayas, turn left at the end of the world, AVI Nesher, the bands visit Eran Kolirin Waltz with Bashir Ari Folman and Ajami. In 2011 strangers no more won an Oscar for Best short documentary. Two documentary films of 2013, was nominated for an Oscar for Best documentary feature: the gatekeepers Dror Moreh and five broken cameras, the Palestinian-Israeli-French co-production of Emad Bernat and guy davidi V.

Author Julie gray noted, "the Israeli film, of course, not new in Israel, it is quickly gaining attention in the United States, which is a double-edged sword. American companies believe that a small American audience interested in Israeli film, aims to turbulent and turbulent conflict that beset us daily."

In Israeli movies 2014 sold 1.6 million tickets to Israel the best of Israeli film history.

                                     

2.1. Genres. Bourekas films. (Bourekas фильмов)

Bourekas films, סרטי בורקס was a genre of film popular in the 1960s and 1970s years. The main themes include ethnic tensions between Ashkenazim and Sephardim or Mizrahim, and the conflict between rich and poor. The term was supposedly coined by the Israeli film Director Boaz Davidson, the Creator of several such films as play-on-words "spaghetti Western:" just as Western subgenre was named after the famous dish of their country of filming, so the Israeli genre was named after the famous Israeli dish Bourekas. Bourekas films are further characterized by accent imitations, a combination of melodrama, Comedy and farce, and personalities. Bourekas films were successful at the box office, but panned by critics. They included in Comedy films such as Charlie Vehetzi and Hagiga BSnuker and sentimental melodramas such as Nurit. Prominent filmmakers in this genre during this period include Boaz Davidson, zeev Revach, Yehuda Barkan and George ovadiah of.



                                     

2.2. Genres. New films sensitivity. (Новые фильмы чувствительности)

The "new sensitivity films" סרטי הרגישות החדשה-a movement that began in the 1960s and continued until the end of 1970-ies. The movement sought to create a cinema in modernist cinema with artistic and esthetic values, in the style of new wave films French movie. The "new sensitivity" movement produced social artistic films such as but where is Daniel wax? Abraham Heffner. The policeman azulai Ephraim Kishon, I love you Rosa the house on Chelouche street Moshe Mizrahi was a candidate for an Oscar in the foreign film category. One of the most important authors in this genre, URI Zohar, who led the PR hole BLevana in the moon and three days and a child.

                                     

3. Cinema. (Кино)

In the early 1900s, silent movies were shown in sheds, cafes and other temporary structures. In 1905, Lorenz opened a café on Jaffa street in the new Jewish quarter of Neve Tzedek. In 1909, the Lorenz family began screening movies in the cafe. In 1925 the Kessem cinema was housed there for a short time.

In 1953, cinema Keren, in Negevs first cinema, which opened in beer Sheva. It was built by the Histadrut and could seat 1.200 people.

In 1966, 2.6 million Israelis went to the cinema more than 50 million times. In 1968, when television broadcasting began, the theatres began to close, first on the periphery, then in the major cities. Three hundred thirty-standalone theaters were torn down or converted into multiplexes.

                                     

3.1. Cinema. The Eden Cinema, Tel Aviv. (Эдем Кино, Тель-Авив)

Eden movie Eden Kolnoa was built in 1914, despite the objections of the residents of ahuzat selling, the neighborhood that became tel Aviv. The owners, Moshe Abarbanel and Mordechai Wieser received 13 years. During the First world war the theatre was closed by order of the Turkish government, under the pretext that its generator can be used to send messages to the submarines of the enemy from the shore. It is open to the public during the British mandate and became the center of cultural and social activities. It was closed in 1974.

                                     

3.2. Cinema. Movie, Mograbi, Tel Aviv. (Кино, Мограби, Тель-Авив)

This Mograbi Kolnoa movie, Mograbi was opened in 1930. It was designed in the art Deco style which was popular in movie theaters worldwide. The building was without a roof for the first time in several years and was eventually left with a retractable roof. People gathered in front of the theater to dance in the streets when the UN General Assembly voted for the partition plan In November 1947. After a fire in the summer of 1986 due to electrical short circuit, the building was demolished.

                                     

3.3. Cinema. The Armon Cinema, Haifa. (Кино Армон, Хайфа)

In 1931 Greidinger Moshe opened a cinema in Haifa. In 1935, he built a second theater, Armon, a large art Deco building with 1.800 places that became the heart of Haifas entertainment. It has also been used as places of performance of Israel Philharmonic orchestra and the Israeli Opera.

                                     

3.4. Cinema. The Alhambra Cinema, Jaffa. (Кино Альгамбра, Яффо)

The art Deco Alhambra theater, with a capacity of 1.100, opened in Jaffa in 1937. It was designed by Lebanese architect Elias al-Mor, and became a popular place for concerts of Arab music. Farid al-Atrash and Umm Kulthum appeared. In 2012 the historic building was reopened as the Scientology center after two years of renovation.

                                     

3.5. Cinema. Smadar Theater, Jerusalem. (Смадар Театр, Иерусалим)

In Smadar theater was built in Jerusalem the German colony in 1928. He was German-owned and mainly served in the British army. In 1935 it opened for commercial screenings as the "Orient cinema." He was transferred to Jewish control, to keep it from being boycotted as a German business, rabies Chapter of the Nazi party branch in Jerusalem. After 1948, it was bought by four demobilized soldiers, one of them-Arye Chechik, who bought out his partners in 1950. According to the journalist, who lived in the neighborhood, Chechik sold the tickets, ran to collect them at the door and worked as a projectionist. His wife ran to the stand.

                                     
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