Yoman Geva 489, 1971

Signing Film Co-Production Agreements Between Israel and Sweden

1971
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Harry Schein, founder and director of the Swedish Film Institute, visits Israel with his wife, the famous Swedish actress Ingrid Thulin. Harry Schein meets with his Israeli counterparts at the Ministry of Commerce and Industry in Jerusalem, to sign an agreement to facilitate Israeli-Swedish film co-productions. After the agreement is signed, the attendees raise a toast. Afterwards, Harry Schein and Ingrid Thulin are seen touring Jerusalem, and visit the Temple Mount and East Jerusalem. Thulin is one of the most renowned Swedish film actresses of her generation and is a regular in the films of Ingmar Bergman, the great Swedish director.

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