Israeli Film: A Reference Guide

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INDEX OF FILM TITLES
This index includes English titles, alternative titles, and Hebrew titles of films. All film entries and all films mentioned in the introductory chapter are included. Page numbers that appear in bold indicate a complete entry on the specific film. Note: this index does not include the films that appear in the filmographies of the biographical entries.
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Abba Ganuv. See The Skipper
Abbaleh, Bo Leluna Park. See Daddy, Come to the Fair
Abu El Banat. See Daughters, Daughters
Achot Zara. See Foreign Sister
Across the Border,14
Ad Sof Halaylah. See When Night Falls
Adama,198
Adama Chamah. See Burning Land
Adon Leon. See Mr. Leon
Afula Express. See Pick a Card
Again, Forever,23 , 197
Ahava Asura. See The Dybbuk of the Holy Apple Field
Ahava Mi'mabat Sheni. See Love at Sec- ond Sight
Ahavah Rishonah. See First Love
Ahavata Ha'Achronah Shel Laura Adler. See The Last Love Affair of Laura Ad- ler
Al Chevel Dak. See A Thin Line
Al Tigu Li B'Shoah. See Don't Touch My Holocaust
Al Tishalu Im Ani Ohev. See Worlds Apart
Alex in Love,94
All the Lonely People,214
Amazing Grace,15 , 23 - 24 , 190 , 225
American Citizen,24
Amud Ha-Esh. See Pillar of Fire
Ani Ohev Otach Rosa. See I Love You, Rosa
Ani Yerushalmi. See I Was Born in Jeru- salem
Another Land,187
Appointed, The,16 , 25 - 26 , 179 , 191 , 217 ;
Photo, 25
Arianna,26
Arlecchino: Behind the Masks,174
Armenians in Jerusalem,209
Asphalt Tzahov. See Yellow Asphalt
Atalia,26 - 27
Attraction,27 , 164
August Snow,4 , 27 - 28
Aunt Clara,28 - 29 , 189 , 192 , 201 ;
Photo, 28

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Series Foreword ix
  • Preface xi
  • A National Cinema in the Making: An Overview 1
  • Israeli Films 23
  • The Men and Women of Israeli Film 161
  • Appendix - International Awards Won by Israeli Feature Films 223
  • Bibliography 227
  • Index of Film Titles 229
  • Index of Personalities 239
  • Index of Subjects 259
  • About the Authors 263
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