Tarantino to honor Cannon Group at Jerusalem Film Festival

Tarantino to honor Cannon Group at Jerusalem Film Festival

September 9, 2021 0 By Stephen Callahan

We all know Tarantino directly through his fantastic series of work. He is a director that has been able to come into the cinema industry with a different flair. The director has been able to capture the essence of film and present it in an unique way.

It is no wonder why he’s being recognized at a Film Festival.

The Jerusalem Film Festival

Tarantino will be recognized at the Jerusalem Film Festival, which will take place from August 24 to September 4 at the Jerusalem Cinematheque and other locations across the city.

Tarantino and his wife, performer Daniella Pick, will be honored attendees during a homage to the Cannon Group’s works at the Jerusalem Film Festival on August 26-28. The Cannon Group was an enormously popular Hollywood film studio specializing in genre films and was formed in the 1980s by Israeli cousins Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus.

His Work

Tarantino and his crew founded Cannon in the 1960s and 1970s, making some of Israel’s most successful films at the period. They produced spectacular action films starring Chuck Norris, Jean-Claude Van Damme, and Sylvester Stallone. Some regarded them as schlockmeisters in charge of a shoddy trafficking movie empire, while others, such as Tarantino, believe their films are great attention-seeking.

It is true, his films does capture the interest of the audience in a very real way.

This year marks Tarantino’s second visit to the Jerusalem Film Festival. Tarantino’s film will be shown alongside Barbet Schroeder’s Barfly and Andrey Konchalovskiy’s Runaway Train. The majority of the movie in this series has not been seen in theaters since their first premiere in the 1980s.

In New York, Death Wish 4: The Crackdown, starring Charles Bronson, and Death Wish 4 will be screened. The Envoy, a film starring Robert Mitchum and Rock Hudson about an American ambassador to Israel, will also be screened. Kinjite: Forbidden Subjects, 10 to Midnight, and The Naked Cage will also be displayed.

Tarantino and Personal Affairs

Tarantino claims he assisted his wife with an IRS problem but did not give her a house. When dealing with your children, the director stated that “sarcasm” has repercussions. “No Cadillac, no home,” Tarantino says, whatever that means, right?

Tarantino has stated that he will most likely turn “Hollywood” into a stage play before directing his next film. Tarantino is also writing on his latest book, a nonfiction piece titled “Cinema Speculation.” Tarantino’s next film might be his last if he follows through on his retirement plans.