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October 23, 1981 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-23

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24 Friday, October 23, 1981

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Golda Meir Played Convincingly
by Ingrid Bergman in New Film

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HOLLYWOOD — Ingrid
Bergman, the three-time
Academy-Award-winning
Swedish screen star, sur-
prised everyone on the set in
Israel when she appeared as
aging Prime Minister Golda
Meir, before the cameras.
Her makeup, gestures
and speech pattern made
staff, crew and onlookers be-
lieve that she actually was
"A Woman Called Golda,"
the character she portrays
in the four-hour television
movie for Paramount.
Judy Davis, the Austra-
lian actress known in this
country from "My Brilliant
Career," portrays Golda
Meir from her late teens
through the age of 40;
scenes with her are already
completed at Kibutz
Merhavia where Golda
worked in the 1920s after

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her arrival from the United
States.
Also involved in the ear-
lier scenes of the film is
Leonard Nimoy who essays
the role of the hapless Mor-
ris Meyerson, Golda's hus-
band. Though Nimoy is best
known from the television
series and subsequent fea-
ture film, "Star Trek," he
also appeared, as a very
young man, on the stage of
the long-defunct Hollywood
Civic Playhouse with
Maurice Schwartz in the
English-language adapta-
tion of Sholom Aleichem's
"Hard to Be a Jew." Nimoy,
a Jew, portrayed a Russian
gentile posing as a Jew to
find out what it meant to be
on the side of the oppressed.
The role of Anwar Sadat
in the contemporary seg-
ment of the film went to
noted performer Jose Ferrer
who happens to be a native
of Puerto Rico.
However, all did not go
smoothly for the film crew
in Tel Aviv last week. Police
gave the movie company
permission to shoot in the
streets on Sukkot because
heavy traffic makes filming
impossible on non-holidays.
Religious citizens staged a
protest and forced a halt in
the filming last Tuesday.

ABRAHAM POLON-
SKY, the noted film

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director, screenwriter and
novelist has written a
stage play, "Piece de Resis-
tance," a comedy set against
the background of the liber-
ation of Paris. It is based, in
part, on Polonsky's personal
experiences. The play, his
first for the stage, opens at
the Pin Andreas Theater in
Hollywood this month.
EDWARD ASNER, one
of television's best known
personalities, will be hon-
ored by the Fund for Higher
Education with the Flame
of Truth Award at the Cen-
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NEW YORK—Some 100
workshops, four major
plenaries and six forums re-
flecting major issues facing
Jewish federations at home
and abroad are included in
the agenda of the 50th Gen-
eral Assembly of the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations
Nov. 10-15 in St. Louis.
An attendance of 2,500
representatives from the
200 Jewish federations in
the United States and
Canada is expected.
The opening session will
mark the official com-
mencement of CJF's 50th
anniversary year. The
major address of the eve-
ning will be delivered by
CJF President Morton L.
Mandel of Cleveland.

tribute is the founding of
the Ed Asner endowment
fund. It will be used primar-
ily to provide support for the
cinema/TV journalism de-
partments at Tel Aviv and
Haifa Universities and
other Israeli institutions.
ULU GROSBARD, the
New York stage director of
"The Auschwitz Trials," is
the director behind the
murder mystery, "True
Confessions," in which
Robert De Niro and Robert
Duvall portray two brothers
trapped by a murder.

Galilee Settlers
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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Jewish Agency will
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to new immigrants who set-
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to an agreement reached
last week between repre-
sentatives of the agency and
the Council of Galilee Set-
tlements.
It was agreed that repre-
sentatives of local settle-
ments will go overseas to
convince Jews to make aliya
and settle in the Galilee.
Some 300 immigrant
families have settled in the
region since the beginning
of the year. Another 300
families are expected to set-
tle there by the end of the
year.

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students are New York,
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