Wed 12 February 2020 | 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Tel Aviv Museum of Art - Shaul HaMelech 27, Tel Aviv,
Tel Aviv Arts Council
*Young Patrons of the Arts Celebrating Israeli Creative Culture
presents a very special VIP evening:
Premiere Season 3 Screening of the Internationally Acclaimed FAUDA, with English Subtitles
Q&A with Series Co-Creator Avi Issacharoff
Private Night at the Museum Wine Reception
Date: Wednesday February 12th 7pm
Venue: Tel Aviv Museum of Art, 27 Shaul HaMelech, Tel Aviv
Tickets: 50NIS (earlier discount) – 65NIS (late ticket if ticks available)
Our event is co-sponsored by YES, Times Of Israel & Am Yisrael Foundation
About Our Event: Fauda
The Israeli action thriller “Fauda” (Arabic for ‘Chaos’) is a groundbreaking global phenomenon. Based on the real-life experience of its creators (Lior Raz and Avi Issacharoff), the series follows a team of elite Israeli undercover agents as they work to apprehend Hamas activists in the West Bank. With down-and-dirty credibility, authentic performances, and a mixture of emotional extremity with speedy, nonchalant storytelling, “Fauda” portrays the complex Palestinian-Israeli conflict in a new light, opening a window into the Middle East and sparking meaningful dialogue about cultural identity.
In season 3, Doron is deep undercover in the West Bank, posing as an Israeli Arab boxing instructor in a sports club belonging to a low-level Hamas member. Following numerous, deadly clashes with Hamas and a tragic incident that all but shatters the team’s morale, Doron and the team find themselves in unfamiliar territory – Gaza.
Fauda is the winner of 12 Israeli Academy Awards, including Best Series in 2015 and 2017. In December 2019, the New York Times voted Fauda as one of the Best International Series of the decade!
About Our Venue: Tel Aviv Museum of Art
Tel Aviv Museum of Art is a municipal museum and one of Israel’s leading artistic and cultural institutions. The museum is comprised of various departments that encompass Israeli and foreign art, photography, architecture, design, and other art forms past and present. In addition to its extensive program of permanent and changing exhibitions, the museum offers a vibrant selection of programs and activities for adults, youth and children: concerts, classes, lectures, guided tours, workshops, and more.
About Our Partner: Times Of Israel
The Times of Israel is the market leader in independent English language journalism from Israel. Based in Jerusalem and covering news and views from across the region and the Jewish world, The Times of Israel has a readership of over five million (and rising) worldwide, with an average of over 25 million monthly page views. Committed to fair-minded, non-partisan reporting, recognized for hard-hitting investigative journalism, and celebrated for its diverse and vibrant blog platform, The Times of Israel, uniquely, also publishes in French, Arabic and Persian. Launched just eight years ago, The Times of Israel has established itself as the indispensable source of credible reporting on Israel. www.TimesOfIsrael.com. Our talk will be moderated by TOI’s Culture and Lifestyle Editor Jessica Steinberg.
About the Tel Aviv Arts Council
Young Patrons of the Arts Celebrating Israeli Creative Culture
The Tel Aviv Arts Council celebrates the creative culture of Israel by providing a venue for young creatives and lovers of the arts to gather while attending lectures and demonstrations by world class artists, performers, and technologists.
The common theme in our events is a playful exploration of the world around us and the search for something unique that expands our vistas and leaves one with a sense of wonder. All of our private events are non-profit, but professionally produced to provide attendees with a comfortable environment to engage with the arts community, and take place in various venues throughout our great city.
“Without vision a people perishes” – King Solomon
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