16mm Film Reel
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- Created: Monday, 22 June 2020 13:05
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מידע אודות ספרים ופרסומים אחרים, בתחום הקולנוע העברי הארץ ישראלי המוקדם והקולנוע הישראלי בכלל וכן ריכוז פריטי מדיה שונים כגון תמונות, כרזות, סרטונים וכו'.
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