Docaviv - Tel Aviv Cinematheque

31.5.19 to 01.6.19

Art Documentaries program, Collaboration with Docaviv – The Tel Aviv International Documentary Film Festival (*Tickets & screening times - on Docaviv website)

Screenings at Tel Aviv Cinematheque | 5 HaArba'a St.:

Friday 31.5

Director: Dan Peer
Production: Shlomi Elkabetz, Galit Cahlon
Arts and Culture
Israel 2019, 75 min, Hebrew, English subtitles

Crumbling works of art discovered in an attic reveal the tragic relationship between the father of Israeli art, Boris Schatz, and his secret daughter Angelica.

Fri | 31/5 | 13:45 | Cin 1 *


United Kingdom 2018, 109 min, English, Hebrew subtitles

Directors: Jacqui Morris, David Morris

Rudolf Nureyev’s talent and charisma drove audiences out of their minds and revolutionized the world of ballet. His multilayered, magnetic personality is exposed in a film bursting with clips from his greatest performances, topped with previously unseen footage of him on stage and during rehearsals.
Fri | 31/5 | 10:00 | Cin 3

The Ghost of Peter Sellers

Cyprus 2018, 93 min, English, Hebrew subtitles
Director: Peter Medak

Peter Sellers wrote, starred in and stubbornly back-seat-directed a bizarre pirate comedy that, though finished, was never screened. Now, for the first time ever, director Peter Medak reveals the truth about the wackiest, funniest, most nerve-racking project of his life.
Fri | 31/5 | 15:45 | Cin 4

Saturday 1.6

The Great Buster

United States 2018, 102 min, English, Hebrew subtitles
Director: Peter Bogdanovich

Peter Bogdanovich’s film tells the life story of Buster Keaton, the genius comedian and star of the silent film era, using wonderful scenes from his films and inspiring anecdotes from the filmmakers who idolized him, like Mel Brooks, Quentin Tarantino, and Werner Herzog.
Sat | 1/6 | 18:30 | Cin 1

The Proposal

United States 2018, 83 min, English, Hebrew subtitles
Director: Jill Magid

When Luis Barragán, Mexico’s most acclaimed architect, whose work had been described as architectural poetry, passed away, a Swiss corporation bought his professional archive and made it inaccessible to the public. The film's director makes a daring, outrageous proposal in an attempt to return these monumental works of art to Mexico.
Sat | 1/6 | 15:00 | Cin 4