Sundance Film Festival’s Gila Window Film Festival 2016 to be held at the Knesset
Knessets will be on their feet this summer, with the annual Sundance Film & Television Festival taking place in Knessett from July 6-8.
The festival is the second in a series of international film festivals that began in 2014.
This year, organizers will present the festival’s final slate of films at the Tel Aviv Film Festival from July 18-21.
Sundance’s main focus is on Israeli film, but it has been expanding its offerings with films from across the globe.
It has been hosting the Tel Amram Film Festival, Tel Aviv International Film Festival and the Tel HaBeth Film Festival since 2014.
A film by filmmaker Benyamin Shepovetz will be screened at the festival in the documentary category.
In addition, The Birth of a Nation, The Revenant and the Weinstein Co.’s The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo will also be screened.
The Israel Film Festival will also host a number of international screenings, including at the Israeli Film Festival of America and Tel Aviv University.