SERET 2014 THE LONDON ISRAELI FILM AND TELEVISION FESTIVAL
FILM – THROUGH ISRAEL’S EYES
Israeli films and documentaries are winning international audience approval and festival awards. To see the very best of them in the UK, SERET 2014 – The London Israeli Film and Television Festival, will take place from 15th – 22nd June at cinemas across London.
Our mission, as unofficial ambassadors for Israel, is to showcase the best in current Israeli film and television, bringing a special selection of Israeli drama, comedy features and documentaries, with workshops for those in the film and television industries to join.
There are UK premieres of big Israeli movies and documentaries such as Bethlehem, Kidon, The Wonders, Six Acts and Hunting Elephants; Gala events and Q & As with Israel’s leading film makers to come along to.
For this, our third Festival, we are pleased to bring you cinema with a lighter touch, a humorous element, sometimes of the blacker variety, that shows Israeli film makers are confident they can entertain, as well as inform.
Screenings during the Festival will be held across London at Bafta, Odeon Swiss Cottage, Odeon Covent Garden, Soho Hotel, London jewish Cultural centre (LJcc), and Jewish Community Centre (JW3).
Details of screening dates will be posted soon, but in the meantime, please take a look at the films and documentaries that we have lined up for you.
We look forward to seeing you at our screenings and events.
The SERET Best Film audience participation award >>
to see a short film about SERET >>
Seret and Charity >>
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ADOT.COM: Focusing on differences between US and THEM causes disconnect between cultures and nations, breeding prejudices and war. We at ADOT.COM believe the road to peace lies in acknowledging the similarities we all share and choosing dialogue over death as a means to coexist. As film is a great medium for challenging the way we see the world and our role in ending conflict within it, we are thrilled to support SERET and the creative movie talent they nurture.