Tue 1 November 2016 | 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Cinemateque - Shprintsak Street 2, Tel Aviv, 30 NIS

Commemorating one year to the attack on Bataclan Club in Paris, a special panel discussion will be held followed by a screening of Made in France – the powerful film which was barred from screening in France.

Evening programme:
20:00 A panel discussion will be held on the subject of home grown terrorism in France and the state of the French Jewish Community in light of recent changes in terrorism.

Mr. Daniel Be Simon – Former MK, writer and journalist.
Mr. Emmanuel Roche – Former Lieutenant Colonel for the French Ministry of Defence and liaision officer in the French Embassy in Israel
Hosted by Mr. Goor Tsalalyachin – Security and Strategy researcher and consultant, former journalist with Channel 1, Channel 10 and GLZ.
(The panel will be held in the English language)

20:50 During the break we will listen to NOEMIE play a couple of her songs.

21:00 Official national premiere screening of ‘Made in France’
Sam is an investigative journalists who infiltrates an extremist mosque in the suburbs of Paris. He soon finds himself a member of a terrorist cell planning an attack on the French capital. Will he be able to stop the attack? And at what cost?

Made in France was due to be released in France 5 days before the Bataclan attacks. It’s release was cancelled and film houses in France never agreed to screen it since. The film will be released in Israel from 3/11/16 at the Tel Aviv Cinematheque and from 10/11/16 nationwide.

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