When the Apricots Bloom Bukra fil Mish-Mish
|Running Time||73 MIN|
|Languages||Hebrew, French, English|
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Children of Russian Jews, the Frenkel brothers lived in Egypt post WWI and became famous as the first Egyptian animators, creating Mish-Mish Efendi, the “Mickey Mouse” of the Arab world. Forced to leave Egypt in 1948, they migrated to France where success eluded them. After their deaths, their nephew, Didier Frenkel, discovers their films in the basement of the family house. Against his mother’s wishes, he begins restoring them and, in the process, uncovers the story behind their rise and fall as well as the reasons their uncles kept this surprising chapter of their lives under cover.
|Introduction By||Ron Levi, the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, University of Toronto|
|Zoom Q & A With||Director Tal Michael to take place on Thursday, June 4th at 1pm
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