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Film @ IIJS: Q&A with “Honeymood” Director Talya Lavie

Hosted By: Institute for Israel and Jewish Studies at Columbia University

Screen the film at home and join us for a virtual Q&A with Talya Lavie (writer/director.)

A bride and groom arrive at a lavish hotel suite after their wedding. Instead of relaxing and enjoying a romantic night together, they get into a fight that soon develops into a dazed, midnight odyssey throughout Jerusalem, confronting them with past loves, repressed doubts, and the lives they have left behind. HONEYMOOD, a romantic comedy hybrid of THE PHILADELPHIA STORY and AFTER HOURS, is the second feature by Talya Lavie, the multi-award-winning writer and director of ZERO MOTIVATION. (90 min)

We are thrilled to share Film@IIJS with you at this time. The Q&A will not have any screenings in real time; rather a link to stream the film from home will be made available to you prior to the Q&A session and will only be available until the Q&A event. If you have any questions, please email iijs@columbia.edu.

While all Institute events are free and open to the public, we do encourage a suggested donation of $10.

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