Sunday, March 3, 2013, 5:00 pm

A female director wants to shoot a film describing an encounter between an Israeli woman and a Palestinian man. She calls a Palestinian actor for an audition. The idea of drinking coffee enrolls a meeting point between two strangers, a chance to get close, to get intimate. What are the boundaries of an audition? Where does “reality” start, and where does the “movie” end? Where does the border cross between fiction and life itself, and where is the barrier between a character and an identity?

Screening Location
Lightbox Film Center at the International House
3701 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104Guest Speaker: Eran Preis, Associate Professor and Director of the Graduate Program at Temple University, Department of Film and Media Arts.
Movie Info
Israel, 2013, 14 minutes
Hebrew with English Subtitles
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