AICE Israeli Film Festival

Six_Acts

When naïve teen Gili (Sivan Levy) changes schools, she is determined to improve her social status by hooking up with the coolest guy. Her plan succeeds, but at what cost to the young 16 year-old?

Omri (Eviator Mor) and Tomar (Roy Nik) are best of friends and share everything – including ‘their’ girls. And Gili, desperate to be accepted, appears more than happy with the attention. But it’s not long before all the boys know Gili’s reputation. As each new encounter pushes her limits a little farther, the line of consent begins to blur.

Sivan Levy is a young Israeli actress and singer, and the star of Six Acts, in which she received the award of the best actress for 2012 Haifa International festival. Levy also appears in two other festival films Inch’Allah and A Bottle in the Gaza Sea.

Giveaway
Ten lucky Art House subscribers can win a double pass to a special screening of Six Acts followed by Q&A and a live performance by Sivan Levy, at Palace Cinema Como on Sunday 18 August, 1:15pm.
To enter, email your name and number to artshouse@melbourne.vic.gov.au with the subject line ‘AICE Israeli Film Festival’.

 AICE Israeli Film Festival
14 – 28 August
Palace Cinemas Como, Brighton Bay and Kino Cinemas
aiceisraelifilmfestival.com.au 

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