AICE Israeli Film Festival 2012 coming to Brighton

August 15, 2012 by  

The Australia Israel Cultural Exchange (AICE) is an organisation that works towards strengthening the bond between Australia and Israel by providing a cultural link between the two. It is hoped that this link will encourage a greater knowledge and understanding between the two countries and AICE and Palace Cinemas are bringing the AICE Israeli Film Festival to Brighton in Victoria this August.

This will be the ninth AICE Film Festival, although this time it will run for a greater length of time with a larger number of Israeli films being shown over a number of days. Some of the most popular and highly-accredited films from within the Israeli film industry during the last year will be on show during the festival.

The Israeli film industry has been developing significantly in recent years and is now gaining more of a reputation for top quality films. Israeli films that have featured at other well-known festivals, such as Sundance, Jerusalem and Berlin, will all be available to watch by those in Brighton and nearby areas such as Caulfield.

Film festivals like this often use poster printing and flyer printing to let people know about the different films that are showing and when they can be viewed. Those interested in going to see any of the films during the festival should look out for promotional materials or visit the website for further details.

The AICE Israeli Film Festival will run from August 28 until September 9.