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The Five Houses of Lea Goldberg

Format
Online; Online Video; Video
Type
Biographies
Date
2011
Duration
52:02
Summary
A prolific Hebrew poet, author, playwright, literary translator and researcher of literature Lea Goldbergs writings are considered classics of Israeli literature. She died 41 years ago, but even today, Lea Goldberg is still an enigmatic figure - she is Israels most beloved poet, a powerful woman, who lived with her mother and never married, a woman who invented herself from the ashes of WW1 though her magical poetry. The film is a cinematic fantasy in five acts, using animation, after affects, archives, still photos, original music and interviews that celebrate together the fascinating story of Lea Goldberg.
Publisher
Israel Film Service
Language
Hebrew
Notes
Written, produced and directed by Yair Qedar. Part of The Hebrews film series.
Editor, Ayelet Ofraim ; cinematographer, Daniel Kedem ; music, Eli Soorani.
In Hebrew with English subtitles.
Public performance rights secured. PPR provided for library and classroom screenings, as well as public screenings when no admission fees are charged and streaming rights are in perpetuity.
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Robertson Media Center Streaming Content
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