Travels from Israel
Amy Kronish works as a consultant in the field of Jewish and Israeli film and curates film programs for Beit Avi Chai in Jerusalem. Previously, she directed coexistence programs at the Jerusalem International YMCA and served for 15 years as the Curator of Jewish and Israeli Film at the Jerusalem Cinematheque. She lectures and writes widely on film and is the author of two books on Israeli film, World Cinema: Israel (1996) and Israeli Film – A Reference Guide (2003). Born and bred in the U.S., she has an M.A. in Communications from N.Y.U. (1973), and has lived in Jerusalem since 1979.
Arts & Culture
Middle Eastern Relations
Lens on Israel: Contemporary Issues in Israeli Society
Changing Attitudes Towards War and Peace
Understanding the Other - Palestinian and Jewish Perspectives
Gender Issues in Israeli Cinema
Issues of Memory - The Holocaust and Israeli Society
Adolescents in Israel: Are They Really Different?
The Women of Israel
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