Followed by a Q&A with the Director Samuel Maoz. Making a clean sweep of the Ophir Awards in 2017, and winning accolades around the world including Best Film and the Silver Lion Grand Jury Prize at the Venice Film Festival, Foxtrot has been described as the most significant Israeli film made last year, with its examination of the ‘absurdities’ of military conscription. A troubled family struggle to face the facts when something goes terribly wrong at their son’s desolate military post. The horror of receiving the worst news possible is heightened when they discover that there is something untoward about the circumstances. “No matter what you’re expecting, Foxtrot is not the film you expect it to be. It’s better.” Kenneth Turan, LA Times Hebrew with English subtitles. Film running time 108 minutes.