Tue 6 November 2018 | 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Beit Babor - HaHagana 135 , Tel Aviv, 10 NIS

Jane is an inspirational documentary about an activist who came out against the will of the New York financiers. Who actually won? And how did other big gates in the world not yet learn a lesson? Join us for a special screening of Microcinema, a film for change at the Country Club in Arbor, in cooperation with Docaviv. Movie, conversation and refreshments for 10 NIS

The Civil Jane – The Battle for the City
The inspirational struggle of an activist in the wealthy New Yorkers
After the film there will be a conversation with Ruth Sofer about activism and the ability of the individual and the community to bring about change

06.11 | 19:30
Country Club in Harbor. Via Hagana 135, Tel Aviv

The Civil Jane United States 2016 Documentary |
They treated her as someone who offered grandmother remedies to solve a problem that needed a single-scalpel surgeon, but Jane Jacobs knew something about life in the city that none of the city planners knew. The men then dominated the drawing tables and the bulldozers, and Jacobs (from “The Life and Death of Big American Cities”) wandered through the streets and knew that a city was a living, breathing creature composed of people and noise and noise, creating an unmanageable character. Jacobs’ mighty struggle, an activist against her will, the wealthy, is the struggle of slum dwellers against blind architects led by a classic evil. Who actually won? And how did other big gates in the world not yet learn a lesson?

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