Pluralistic Expression in Israeli Film and Television: Arab ...
Pluralistic Expression in Israeli Film and Television: Arab citizens behind the camera and on screenSep 10, 2015 5:30pm
Though Arab citizens make up nearly 21% of Israel's population, it is only in recent years that films by and about Arabs in Israel are being seen in Israeli cinema and television. Many civil society leaders have been working to expand cultural representation and expression within the country, both for deeper mutual understanding within, and greater awareness of Israeli diversity abroad.
The Task Force, OtherIsrael Film Festival, and New Israel Fund hosted Dorit Inbar, Executive Director of the New Fund for Cinema and Television, for a viewing of clips from recent films and discussion about how efforts to advance pluralistic expression in Israeli cinema are empowering Arab citizens, and Arab women especially, to bring their realities to the screen.
Thursday, September 10th at 5:30 PM
New York City
Location details provided upon RSVP
Please RSVP to Sofia.Gordon@jdcny.org
About the speaker
Adv. Dorit Inbar has served as the Executive Director of the New Fund for Cinema and Television (NFCT) since 2008. In addition, she serves on the Board of Directors of the Israeli Opera, the Board of Directors of Beit Berl College and the Board of Directors of the Jerusalem Cinematheque. Her previous roles include: chairing the Council for Cable TV and Satellite Broadcasting (the Israeli regulatory bodies for commercial multi-channel television in Israel); Vice-Chairperson and a Member of the Executive Committee of the Israel Broadcasting Authority, the Israeli public broadcaster; CEO of Tel-Ad, a commercial television broadcaster. Earlier in her career, she practiced law and was a partner in a firm specializing in various aspects of civil and commercial law.