Run Noa Run: A cinematic celebration of Israeli-German relations


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Run Noa Run

50 movies by 50 directors from 50 years of German cinema will be screened in cinemas across Israel this year, part of a celebration marking 50 years of Israeli-German diplomatic relations. Amir Yagel from the Goethe Institute in Tel Aviv tells us about the program.

Choreographing the occupation

After appearing at the Avignon Festival in Toulouse and Paris, the controversial dance piece 'Archive’ by Arkadi Zaides is coming to Israel. Zaides translates photographic footage from the B’Tselem Center into movement. He explains how the work was conceived.

'Granny-made soup': A very winter craving

The Farmers’ Market is holding a festival called 'Savta-made soup' - a collaboration between the market’s farmers and Savta-Li, an organization that finds work placements for older women. We speak to Edna Horin, the granny behind Savta-Li.

TLV State of Mind's song of 2014

Einav Schiff bids farewell to 2014 with the musical phenomenon of the year - the song 'Derech Hashalom' by Peer Tasi. Einav tries to explain how the song became the hit of 2014 almost overnight.

What's OhSoArty in 2015?

Sarah Peguine of OhSoArty fame tells us what's new on the Tel Aviv art scene, and recommends the best exhibitions to kick off 2015.


Peer Tasi - Derech Hashalom

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