Amy Kronish

Amy Kronish is the Director of Coexistence Programming at the Jerusalem International YMCA. She served for fifteen years as the curator of Jewish and Israeli Film at the Jerusalem Cinematheque and is the author of World Cinema: Israel and co-author of Israeli Film: A Reference Guide. In addition, she has published numerous articles on Israeli and Jewish cinema. She has an M.A. in Communications from NYU (1973) and has lived in Jerusalem since 1979.

Articles by this author

Lia Van Leer

Pioneer in the field of art film programming and film archiving in Israel, Lia van Leer was the founder of the Haifa Cinematheque, the Jerusalem Cinematheque, the Israel Film Archive and the Jerusalem Film Festival.

Margot Klausner

Margot Klausner was born in Berlin in 1905 to Julius and Dora Klausner. She was an author, film producer, founding owner of the first film laboratory in Israel, and active in bringing the Habimah Theater to Israel.

Filmmakers, Israeli

Women filmmakers who have made a significant contribution to Israeli film, in both the narrative and documentary film genres, have added a particularly feminist perspective to Israeli filmmaking.

Michal Bat-Adam

Winner of several Best Film, Best Director and Best Actress awards from the Israel Institute of Cinema, the multi-talented Michal Bat Adam was the first Israeli woman to direct a feature film.

Gila Almagor

She has appeared in approximately forty Israeli feature films, dozens of stage plays and television dramas. Her starring roles in films include Siege, 1969; Highway Queen, 1971; House on Chelouche Street, 1973; My Mother the General, 1979; Summer of Aviya, 1988; Life According to Agfa, 1992; Sh’chur, 1994; and Passover Fever, 1995.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Amy Kronish." (Viewed on January 27, 2020) <https://qa.jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/kronish-amy>.

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