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Israel hosts film festival in Ghana

03 December 2014, 15:36

Accra - The second Israeli Film Festival  will be holding in Silverbird Cinema, Accra mall, on  December 5 and 6, reports AllAfrica

The Israeli Embassy in Accra said that  the Film Festival would be opened with a closed Gala screening of the award-winning film, The Dove Flyer, on the 4th of December.

According to the organizers the Film Festival is expected to give Ghanaians the opportunity to meet and interact with Israelis while having fun.

The festival returns for a second time after a successful debut.

Also read:Kunle Afolayan wins big at AFRIFF

 The films that will be shown include, A Matter of Size, Bonjour Monsieur Shlomi The Debt and Walk on Water.

A Matter of Size is an hilarious and heart-warming tale about a coming out of a different kind: four overweight guys who learn to love themselves through the Japanese sport of sumo wrestling, while Walk on Water is a drama about a Mossad agent with a license to kill.

For its part, Bonjour Monsieur Shlomi is a drama about a teenager from an underprivileged family, considered to be a failure until he shines with a unique gift, with The Debt being a thriller about a Mossad team,  a Nazi criminal,  a  secret and  threatening truth.

Read more at AllAfrica

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