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Paying Tribute to Israeli Films
By Tom Tugend,
Yoram Ben Ze'ev, consul general of Israel in Los Angeles, left,and Meir Fenigstein, festival founder/director.
The 14th annual Israel Film Festival formally raised the curtainlast week on its two-week program of 50...