Tel Aviv Cinematheque, Tel Aviv

4.5




Tel Aviv Cinematheque (also called: Doron Cinema center) is a cinematheque and movie archive, opened in Tel Aviv on 12 May 1973.


The Cinematheque, located at HaArba'a Street 2, has five screening halls . The Cinematheque programming includes Israeli and foreign films and offers private business screenings to help support the enterprise. Sometimes screenings are held for new Israeli films.


Film festivals held at the cinematheque include TLVFest, "Doc Aviv" Documentary Film Festival, "Moments of French Cinema", an Australian Film Festival and more. The festivals are supported by groups such as the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.


The cinematheque lobby hosts photo exhibitions by Israeli artists. It also publishes a film journal called "Cinematheque".


The current building was designed by Israeli Architect Salo Hershman, and was opened in 1989.
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  • this place contain 5 halls and very nice place to visit in and have wonderful time mitigating friends  more »
  • Presenting unique movies in a warm and professional ambiance and high quality projection and audio systems. Overall high quality that typically yield enjoyable experiences. They offer subscription as....  more »
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  • Excellent venue with fine selection of films often with lectures. My Hebrew is limited so I attend the many English language or English subtitled movies. It is very difficult to get clear information from the staff, the web site or the brochures regarding the movies in English. If you check and double check you can have a fine experience.
  • Quite and old theatre, looks nice from outside but not much interesting places to grab small things before movie. Theatre was too small and seat/head rest too short so not comfortable to sit. Do not have even long enough armrest and place to put a cup drink. Ticket also pricey than other places (43 nis per head) and layout of cinema hallway is kinky with many ladders to take. Not quite recommendable.

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