9:36 pm, PST, 11/6/2018
The "Get Out" and "Halloween" producers won the group's Achievement in Film & Television Award at this event.
After completing a controversial political statement in the acceptance speech at the 32nd annual Israeli film festival Tuesday night, film and TV producer Jason Blum was barked off the stage and physically removed.
Oscar nominee escape out And current Halloween The sequel was released with the 2018 IFF Achievement in Film & Television Award and suggested that the recent rise in anti-Semitism could result in President Donald Trump.
"We have a lot to celebrate tonight with the opening of the Israeli Film Festival, but today, Americans are polling for voting rights today, I'm quietly checking my phone and we're doing pretty well. "Who does it depend on," he said, "and the election results are pouring out as I say."
Blum said, "Many of us are in a line and all of us who have cherished the citizenship of this country for the last two years have struggled."
"The biggest advantage of this country is that you can like Trump, but I can tell you how I feel about it, I do not like it!" I started walking at the Saban Theater at the Steve Tisch Cinema Center in Beverly Hills.
Bloom shouted, whistling, and the sound continued to grow as he grew aggressive.
"As you can see in this auditorium, it is the end of civil discourse," Blum continued. "We have a president who calls the media the enemy of the people. Our president has raised anti-Semitism."
Blum tried to speak more as a man approached the stage and actively pulled Blum down. He was identified as Yossi Dina, an Israeli pawn who starred in a reality show called Becky Hills Pawn.
More people were in a hurry to intervene, and Blum was asked to leave the stage as dozens left the protest hall at the protest.
"What we have just experienced is an unfortunate event without democracy and freedom of expression," Israeli actress and In Treatment producer Noa Tishby said outside the auditorium. "I am saddened by the audience's reaction to the critical criticism Jason Bloom expressed on stage, and I had to be respected." I would like to apologize to Jason on behalf of the Israeli community.
Security has already been strengthened at an annual event that occurred 10 days after the massacre in Pittsburgh's Jewish synagogue, including several metal detectors and armed police.
Late Tuesday, Blum said, "Well, tonight was a little too fast."
THR I am a co-sponsor of the Israeli Film Festival.