Wednesday, June 06, 2007


O "Festroia 2007", na sua 23ª edição, terá lugar em Setúbal, de 1 a 10 de Junho de 2007.

Na Secção Oficial do Festival e em competição, será apresentado o filme "Aviva My Love", do realizador israelita Shemi Zarhin que se desloca a Portugal e estará presente no evento bem como a actriz principal do filme, Assi Levy, que no ano passado foi galardoada com o prémio de melhor actriz principal, em Israel, com este mesmo filme. Assi é uma das principais actrizes israelitas do momento encontrando-se a trabalhar em teatro, cinema e televisão.

O filme será projectado na sexta-feira, 8/6, às 21H30 e no sábado, 9/6, às 24H00, no Fórum Luísa Todi, em Setúbal.

Shemi Zarhin, é também o realizador do filme israelita "Bonjour Mr. Shlomi", que em 2004 ganhou o Golfinho de Ouro no "Festroia 2004".


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Shemi Zarhin

Born in Tiberias (Israel) in 1962, of a family of Moroccan Sephardi Jews. He is one of the most important persons in the new Israeli cinema, responsible for some of the films that have met with greatest success in the country such as Tel Aviv stories (the script is his). His first film as director, Passover Fever, was awarded the trophy for best script in the Montreal Festival in 1995. He was also awarded the prize for best director at the Academy of Cinema and Television in Jerusalem for Dangerous Acts (1998). Bonjour Monsieur Shlomi won the prizes for best film and best script in the young sector at the Moscow International Festival, 2003.

Aviva My Love
a k a Aviva Ahuvati

A hotel cook who longs to eschew the demands of her job and highly eccentric family furtively dreams of becoming a successful writer in writer/director Shemi Zarhin's award-winning family drama. Between struggling to keep up with orders in the kitchen, tending to the quirky peccadilloes of her three children, and acknowledging the multiple suicide threats made by her unstable mother, aspiring writer Aviva Cohen (Asi Levi) barely has enough time to take the cap off of her pen - much less put that pen to paper and get her stories published. When Aviva's successful sister Anita (Rotem Abuhav) introduces her star-struck sibling to famous author Oded Zar (Sason Gabai) it appears as if things may be finally turning around for the hapless literary wannabe. Unfortunately for Aviva, Oded is suffering from a bad case of writer's block. Soon after accepting Oded's offer to serve as her personal writing tutor, Aviva begins to realize that the man whom she once idolized and who deviously assumed the guise of benevolent mentor is little more than a creatively devoid plagiarist. ~ Jason Buchanan.

Postagem: Andre Moshe-Pereira, Presidente Koah