Mon 28 November 2016 | 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Abraham Hostel Tel Aviv - 21 Levontin st, Tel Aviv,
NOTE: the date of this event has changed from Tuesday 29th November to Monday 28th November.
Come and Join us for a very Spanish movie night!
A great Spanish movie is waiting for you with an Introduction lecture of Joaquín López Toscano – a cinema specialist about the contemporary Spanish film.
The lecture will followed by the screening of two short movies by young Spanish directors:
1. Mater Salvatoris. Dir. Marc Barceló
The Pyrenees , the years after the civil war and the death are the protagonist of this short film. And a ten years old boy: Miquel. Playing in the wood he kills a rabbit and discovers guilt.
2. Víctor. Dir. Ian Garrido
Victor likes to experiment with his gender. He doesn’t know if he fells like a boy or a girl. Once in the town, protected by anonymity, he discovers himself. But secrets do not last forever.
… And the main movie: Azul Oscuro Casi Negro (Deep Blue Almost Black).
Dir. Daniel Sánchez Arévalo.After his father has a stroke, Jorge is forced to take over his job. He has spent the last few years working hard, caring for his father and finishing college, but now he wants to strike out on his own. Through his brother Antonio, he meets Paula, a woman with whom he develops an unusual relationship. Through her, Jorge learns to stop feeling responsible for everything and finally confront his own wishes, ignoring what the world expects of him. As a result everything should change for Jorge… but it may not.
Joaquín López Toscano is a cultural journalist and teacher of Spanish. Passionate of cinema, he has coordinated numerous cinema workshops and forums in several Cervantes Institutes, including Tel Aviv and Cairo. Fond of cinema and of literature, he is also an excellent story writer and an active member of the Andalusian Association of Cinematographic Writers ( ASECAN).
Abraham Hostel Bar
21 Levontin St.
The bar regularly has cool events, has a huge chill-out area and large screen for films and sport events, a full-size pool table… and most importantly cheap drinks and an awesome atmosphere!
This bar is included in the ‘Best Bars in Tel Aviv’ Secret Tel Aviv Guide.
It is also a permanent handout spot for the Secret Tel Aviv VIP Card. Get 5% off your bar bill with your Secret Tel Aviv VIP Card.
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There are Abraham Hostels in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, and Nazareth (Fauzi Azar Inn). The Abraham Hostel in Jerusalem was voted the eighth Best Hostel in the World, andthe Best Hostel in Tel Aviv by Secret Tel Aviv. The hostels also organises Tours across Israel and the West Bank, and to Petra and Egypt. Check Secret Tel Aviv Tour Guidefor more information.