Move over Taylor Swift: Beyoncé's concert film also on its way to Israel

"Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé," which documents the star's successful concert tour in the United States and Europe, will be distributed worldwide on December 1, and will be screened in Israel beginning on November 30
Omer Tessel |

Following the announcement that "Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé," based on Beyoncé's international concert tour, will be screened worldwide starting on December 1, on Tuesday it was learned that the film will arrive in Israel and be screened starting on November 30 in the HOT Cinema network of movie theaters.
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The film follows the successful Renaissance tour that included 56 shows and, according to the production, perfomances in front of approximately 2.7 million fans in the United States and Europe. The film follows the successful tour "from its beginning and opening in Stockholm, Sweden to its conclusion in Kansas City, Missouri. It depicts Beyoncé's involvement, hard work and ambitions at every step of the production, as well as her creativity, desire to build a legacy and master her craft."
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ביונסה בסיבוב ההופעות "רנסנס"
Beyonce performs on her ' Renaissance ' world tour
(Photo: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Parkwood)
The official trailer was revealed with the announcement of the film, right after the last performance of the tour that took place on Monday. Beyoncé can be seen behind the scenes and on stage. “When I am performing, I am nothing but free,” Beyoncé says in the trailer over a montage of images from the road. “My goal for this tour was to create a place where everyone is free, and no one is judged.”
The concert tour opened in May and bears the same name as Beyoncé's last album, "Renaissance," released in 2022, and includes songs from it and the rest of the singer's extensive discography in a show that lasted between two and a half to three hours.
This is the singer's first solo tour since 2016, when she performed The Formation World Tour. It is the most profitable concert tour of a singer, earning Beyoncé about $460 million, but this title is currently being threatened by Taylor Swift.
According to a report on the "Variety" website in September, the singer was in talks with various distribution and streaming companies regarding distribution of the film, but finally decided on a contract similar to the one that Swift signed with the AMC cinema company for the distribution of her film. Swift will release her movie on October 13 "Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour," which documents her successful tour that is still in progress.
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