Southern Exposure: Fascinating article about the past, present and future of the town of Arad, as reflected in Anat Zeltzer’s new film

The unique human fabric of Arad is at the center of Anat Zeltzer’s new film screening in the town this week. Zeltzer: “Arad is having a hard time defining its present, and together with them, I’m having a having a hard time too”.

The Cinema South Festival people are tired of waiting for the summer. Although it’s not the official festival time, they’re holding a special screening this week of the film “Kayitz Be’arad” (apparently they miss the summer heat), the new documentary by creator Anat Zeltzer (“Kvish 90” and “Hakibbutz”). Zeltzer’s film contains interviews with residents of Arad, known for its rich human fabric, and Zeltzer’s impressions of the town, during the summer she got to know it well in 2013. The film will be screened free of entrance to the town residents on October 29th at the Oron Hall, and will be followed by Q and A with the creator, about the social issues shown. The film was produced under the auspices of the Program Unit of Channel 1 and will be broadcast on November 10th at 21:00.

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