World cinema: Israel
The fascinating account of filmmaking in Israel from the early pioneering newsreels and documentaries through the establishment of the State of Israel, as well as the relationship between Arab and Jew, is examined in this history. The book also offers an analysis of Israeli film as a reflection of social issues and cultural development.
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the heroic period
The beginnings of an indigenous film expression
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