Ai Weiwei: The Fake Case
An up-to-date account of Chinese artist Ai Weiwei, who was imprisoned and tortured for his insistence on criticizing the Chinese regime. Even under constant surveillance, he continues to create defiant art that infuriates the government. And he does this knowing that everything he says and does could cost him his life.
Bialik - King of the Jews
The story of the life and death of the most beloved Jew of his day, poet Chaim Nachman Bialik. Special animation, rare archival footage, a voice track by Chaim Topol, poems by Bialik performed by Ninet and interviews with researchers and fans in Israel and around the world come together to retell the story of the little boy from the shtetl, who became King of the Jews.
Kazuo Ohno, Father of the Butoh Dance, first appeared on stage at the age of 43. He left the stage only at the age of one hundred, three years before he died. This short dialogue less film presents the exceptional range of expressions that this Japanese dancer could achieve, both with makeup and costumes and without.
A multidimensional work integrating dance, theater and cinema in a tribute by noted director Wim Wenders to dancer and choreographer Pina Bausch, considered to be the greatest name in modern dance. This sensual journey takes both the audience and dance itself into the world in which Bausch lived and worked for 35 years. The film is in 3D.
This is the story of the greatest project ever undertaken by Ulay, the former partner of Marina Abramovic and himself a photographer and performance artist. All his life he dealt with the body, but it takes a new meaning when he is diagnosed with cancer. Together with Abramovic, he reexamines questions of identity and sexuality around the world.
Michael Douglas, Sylvester Stallone, Tom Arnold, Alice Cooper and countless other stars talk about Shep Gordon, the successful manager, who has the charisma of Elvis and the wit of Mark Twain, along with a huge libido and an equally huge heart. This is the first film by comedian Mike Myers ("Wayne's World").
Voices From the Booth
In their past lives they were intellectuals and professionals: two musicians, an author and a female surgeon. When they arrived to Israel they had to find work, so they ended up in the guard booth at the entrance or in the parking lot of schools, malls and office buildings. They'll do anything just so that they can continue to express their creativity.