- Published: Wednesday, 23 November 2016 10:41
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הזמנה להקרנה הקרובה ביום רביעי 30.11 בשעה 18:30 בסינמטק תל-אביב, של הסרט "חיי היהודים בארץ ישראל – 1913" (60 דק', עברית).
חיי היהודים בארץ ישראל - 1913 הסרט הנדיר והחשוב ביותר שאיתרתי ושחזרתי ב40 שנות עבודתי - עכשיו באיכות דיגיטלית! אסור להחמיץ!
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- Published: Thursday, 14 July 2016 15:48
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The book "Theatre to Cinema: Stage Pictorialism and the Early Feature Film", first published by Oxford University Press in 1997, is now available in an open access, online edition on the UW Library Digital Collections site.
Please visit uwdc.library.wisc.edu/collections/arts/thetr2cnma.
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- Published: Wednesday, 11 November 2015 10:16
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Joseph Halachmi a retired film & tv director - producer and now a world renowed film & cinema hostorian with an Israeli Early Cinema speciality.
Halachmi is the son of early israely film director Chaim Halachmi & acctress Dvora Halachmi.
Film & TV Director-Producer
Israeli Film Historian & Researcher
Israeli Educational Television (Retired)
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- Published: Thursday, 05 November 2015 14:02
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In commemoration of the seventy-fifth anniversary of the Hebrew film, the Philatelic Service issued a series at stamps. Dedicated to three Hebrew films, each one being a landmark in the Hebrew cinema, both silent and sound: "Judah Liberated", the first Hebrew film; "Oded the Wanderer" ("Oded Hanoded"), the first full-length Hebrew feature film; and "This is the Land", the first Hebrew "talkie".
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- Published: Friday, 31 October 2014 14:44
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Oded Hanoded is 1932 Drama film directed by Chaim Halachmi (Haim Halachmi), and written by Chaim Halachmi (Haim Halahmi) and Tzvi Lieberman-Livne (Based on his childrens book).
Considered first full-length Hebrew feature film.
"A cornerstone for the Hebrew cinema was laid yesterday" by Doar Hayom after the film's premiere at Jerusalem's Zion Cinema.
Uri Klein, Ha’aretz film critic: “Today, 78 years after its making, the major interest in watching the film stems from its attempt to deal with the conflict between the collective and the individual".
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- Published: Wednesday, 10 October 2012 07:21
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Book review, of "Fresh Wind: The first Zionist Film in Palestine, 1899-1902" by Israeli film historian Jospeh Halachmi.
Published by Routledge, "Early Popular Visual Calture" (Vol.8, No.4, November 2010, 451-458).
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