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Israeli Filmmaker Amos Gitai Making Movie about AMIA Bombing

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A new film on the AMIA Jewish center bombing in Buenos Aires will be partly filmed in a city reportedly infested with Hezbollah terrorists.

A new film on the AMIA Jewish center bombing in Buenos Aires will be partly filmed in a city reportedly infested with Hezbollah terrorists.

Award-winning Israeli filmmaker Amos Gitai is preparing a film about the AMIA Jewish center bombing in Buenos Aires.

The Brazilian production company Prana Films will produce the movie based on the 1994 bombing attack on the center that left 85 dead and hundreds wounded.

One venue will be the Paraguayan city of Ciudad del Este, which shares a border with Argentina and Brazil. The terrorist Hezbollah organization is active in the city, according to intelligence sources.

Argentine actor Ricardo Darin and French actress Juliette Binoche reportedly have expressed interest in the film and have received an updated script with an expected budget of $3.5 million.

The film will be based on Argentine special prosecutor Alberto Nisman, who is investigating the bombing. Nisman has accused Iran of sponsoring the attack and declared unconstitutional his country’s memorandum of understanding with Iran to jointly investigate the deadly attack.

Gitai, who has won awards for his films at the prestigious Cannes and Venice festivals, said the AMIA film “is a story about relationships, about how the attack affected the community and what is happening in Latin America with the law.”

He told the La Nacion newspaper in Paris that his partners had looked for financial support from Argentina but did not find any interest.

“I think it is because of the economic situation there,” he told an Argentine newspaper in an interview from Paris.

Gitai has written many films based on the Arab-Israeli conflict.

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One Response to “Israeli Filmmaker Amos Gitai Making Movie about AMIA Bombing”

  1. Are any films being made about the expulsion of 875,000 Jews from Muslim countries 1948-67??

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