Bijoul, a French company, is the operator of the Bajoux theater in eastern Jerusalem.
It is one of several Israeli operators that also operate theaters in the West Bank.
The Bijouls are a French-Israeli company that has its headquarters in the French capital.
The company says that they are in the process of expanding to the Westbank.
The Israeli operator is also based in Tel Aviv, with offices in Jerusalem and Hebron.
Bijoutes have long been the unofficial centers of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The theater is the most popular in Israel.
The Israel Antiquities Authority permits it to exhibit at the Temple Mount.
In the 1960s and 1970s, Bijour’s director, the late Bernard Gézet, opened a cinema there.
Since then, the company has built several other theaters in Israel, and the company operates theaters in other Israeli settlements, including Kiryat Arba and Silwan.
The organization that owns the Bjoutes, the Israeli Film Company, says that the company’s production of the new film, “Bijou,” will be “filmed in the Biquel, Biquë, Bist, Bishkek, and Bijon areas of the West bank.”
Bijougas has said that it has not planned to expand beyond the Bikur and Biquêres.