Wim van Leer (1913 - April 14, 1992) was a Dutch-Israeli industrialist and philanthropist. Van Leer served in Britain's Royal Air Force during World War II as a pilot and, after immigrating to Israel, served in the Israeli Air Force as well. He was best known for establishing Israel's first film archive, the Jerusalem Cinematheque. The Van Leer Institute was endowed by his family and promotes Arabe-Jewish dialogue. Van Leer married Lia Greenberg (August 8, 1924 - March 13, 2015) in Haifa in 1952.

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