PBJFF January 18 - February 11, 2018


JANUARY 25 | 11:00 am at Cinemark 20


FEBRUARY 2 | 1:00 pm at Cobb Theatres


FEBRUARY 6 | 11:00 am at Frank Theaters


Director: Yariv Mozer, Israel, France, 2016, English, Hebrew w. subtitles, 61 min.


Compiled from six hours of newly discovered conversations with Israel's founding father, the film presents a rare and fortuitous piece of history with one of modern Israel’s greatest leaders — David Ben-Gurion. It is 1968 and he is 82 years old, five years before his death. He lives in his secluded home in the desert, removed from all political discourse, which allows him a hindsight perspective on the Zionist enterprise. Ben-Gurion’s introspective soul-searching is the focus of this film, and his clear voice provides a surprising vision for today’s crucial decisions and the future of Israel. "The film is, in part, a wistful ode to a lost generation of leaders who viewed simplicity as a virtue even as they strove for giant goals." New York Times. “An invaluable historical document.” Hollywood Reporter. Israeli Film and TV Academy Award 2017 for Best Documentary.
Topics: Israeli History and Icons

Film Partner: Marlene & Martin Silver - Cobb Theaters
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1) Early Ordering before the public - December 22 to January 2
2) Discounts on all festival tickets and year round film programming
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Box Office open to the Public: January 3 - February 11