Jerusalem Film Festival opens at capital’s Sultan’s Pool

The Jerusalem Film Festival opens this evening, running through July 31.

The festival will shocase over 200 Israeli and international films, ranging from director David Cronenberg’s sci-fi return to the big screen, to several South Korean flicks, a Leonard Cohen documentary, a stream of dystopian and dark fantasy tales, and a dreamy tour of modern-day Tahiti.

The first international film of the event is Swedish filmmaker Ruben Östlund’s “Triangle of Sadness,” opening the festival today with an outdoor screening at Jerusalem’s Sultan’s Pool.

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