Cinematheque Jerusalem

Attraction Type: Museums And Culture, Region: Jerusalem Area, Address: 11 Hevron Road, Jerusalem
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The Jerusalem Cinematheque was founded in 1973 by Lia van Leer.

It was originally located in Beit Agron in the center of Jerusalem.

A new building overlooking the walls of the Old City, close to the Hinnom Valley, was built. In addition to screening halls, the Cinematheque houses the Israel Film Archive,

an archive of films from the 1920s to today, The Nathan Axelrod Newsreel Collection, the Joan Sourasky-Constantiner Holocaust Multimedia Research Center, the Department for Film and Media Education, and the Lew and Edie Wasserman Film Library.

 

 

 

Products specifications
Attraction Type Museums And Culture
City Jerusalem
Region Jerusalem Area
Address 11 Hevron Road, Jerusalem
Phone +972-2-5654333
Notes for opening hours Please check website for exact showtime
Parking Yes
Suitable for Children Yes
Accessibility Yes
Email contact@jer-cin.org.il
URL https://www.jer-cin.org.il/en

The Jerusalem Cinematheque was founded in 1973 by Lia van Leer.

It was originally located in Beit Agron in the center of Jerusalem.

A new building overlooking the walls of the Old City, close to the Hinnom Valley, was built. In addition to screening halls, the Cinematheque houses the Israel Film Archive,

an archive of films from the 1920s to today, The Nathan Axelrod Newsreel Collection, the Joan Sourasky-Constantiner Holocaust Multimedia Research Center, the Department for Film and Media Education, and the Lew and Edie Wasserman Film Library.

 

 

 

Products specifications
Attraction Type Museums And Culture
City Jerusalem
Region Jerusalem Area
Address 11 Hevron Road, Jerusalem
Phone +972-2-5654333
Notes for opening hours Please check website for exact showtime
Parking Yes
Suitable for Children Yes
Accessibility Yes
Email contact@jer-cin.org.il
URL https://www.jer-cin.org.il/en