Entering the second half of the year, a number of films of different scales and themes are being held one after another, including the 24th Hong Kong Jewish Film Festival, which will be held in three theaters from November 11th to 19th.

This Hong Kong Jewish Film Festival will select more than 20 films from different regions such as Israel, France, the United States, Ukraine and Italy. Among them, “Shttl” directed by Ady Walter will be the opening film. The director also made a special trip to Hong Kong to talk to the audience. The film is discussed and explained, and this film has English and Traditional Chinese subtitles, while other non-English selections have English subtitles.

The opening will be held at MCL Cyberport, while the remaining screenings will be held at the Kosin Cinema in the Canal MTR and the K11 Art House in East Tsim Sha Tsui Station.A The main ticket price for adults is NT$110, while discounted tickets for students and senior citizens are NT$80. They also come with a pass to watch the full selection of films. There will also be a post-screening party for the opening night show. package.A All theater tickets will be on sale starting tomorrow. Audiences who are interested in watching the show are advised to seize this opportunity to purchase tickets as soon as possible.