Women and Gender

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  1. Ginette

    Ginette

    France 2017, 61 min, Documentary

    Written & Directed by: Nathan J. Minsberg
    Based on: The life and writings of Ginette Yana
    Produced by: Nathan J. Minsberg, Pia Minsberg, Marc Minsberg
    Sound: Wong Chun Hoi
    Language: French with English subtitles

    This is the story of Ginette, from her native Tunisia to her adoptive city of Marseille, in her role as the Sephardic matriarch she has become.

     
  2. A mí

    A mí

    Italy/ Germany/ France 2017, 67 min, Feature Documentary

    Written & Directed by: Caterina Klusemann
    Produced by: Caterina Klusemann Filmproduktion, ZDF, ARTE
    Filming locations: Germany, Israel, Italy, Mongolia, Ukraine, Venezuela
    Language: Italian, English, German with English subtitles

    The same maternal bond that binds four generations of women carries on the trauma of the war, but gives the weapons to heal it in the end.

     
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    Reinvestigation

    Israel 2019 / 72 min / Feature Documentary - New Release

    Written & Directed by: Anat Yuta Zuria, Shira Clara Winther
    Produced by: Sigal Landesberg, Anat Yuta Zuria

    An investigative documentary on the hidden reality of tens of thousands of fathers who deny their children child support, while the system turns a blind eye to the situation.

     
  4. La Potière

    La Potière

    Italy 2019 | 43' | Mid-Length Documentary - New Release

    Writtend & Directed by: Andrea Serafini
    Produced by: Andrea Serafini (Italy)
    Language: French with English subtitles

    La Potière is a film on how the meeting with the artefacts from a faraway culture originated ten centuries earlier can spark off the inspiration of a life long pursue of that elusive spirit that inhabits some pieces of ceramics and allows them to reach people's soul.

     
  5. We Were The Others

    We Were The Others

    Israel 2019 | 54'| Mid-Length Documentary - New Release

    Written & Directed by: Hadas Ayalon
    Edited by: Ron Goldman, Maya Klar
    Produced by: Amir Harel, Ayelet Kait – Lama Films
    Cinematography: Tulik Galon
    Music: Eran Weitz
    With the support of: Kaan, Rabbinovich Foundation
    Language: Hebrew and English with English subtitles

    A story of six Gay men that were born in the days of the establishment of the State of Israel.

     
  6. Measures of Merit

    Measures of Merit

    Doc, 50 min 2016

    Written & Directed by: Roni Aboulafia
    Produced by: Dana Cohen - Dana Productions
    Sponsored by: Israel Channel 8
    Language: Hebrew with English subtitles

    Ultra-Orthodox, Haredi women are the only segment of Israeli society that is not represented in the Parliament- and Ruth Colian is on the road to changing that.

     
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  7. A Woman’s Story

    A Woman’s Story

    Doc 52 min, 2015

    Written and Directed by: Azra Rashid
    Produced by: Azra Rashid and Igal Hecht
    Language: Bengali, Kinyarwanda and English with English subtitles

    Three women, from different countries and realities, discuss and share their experiences of genocide in the 20th century – highlighting their spirit and endurance.

     
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  8. The Bride of the Nile

    The Bride of the Nile

    Doc 63 min, & 59 min DCP, 2015

    Directed by: Edouard Mills-Affif
    Written by: Edouard Mills-Affif and Sherif El Ramly
    Produced by: Nadège Hasson - Temps noir
    Coproduced by: France Télévisions
    Supported by: TV 2M - Morocco and LCP Assemblée nationale


    A drama of tragic proportions is being played out in a village by the Nile Delta, where a young woman must marry a man she does not love. This film exposes the confusion in both the private, and public Egypt during crisis.

     
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  9. The Polgar Variant

    The Polgar Variant

    Doc, 68 min, 2014

    Written and Directed by: Yossi Aviram
    Produced by: Ayelet Kait & Amir Harel – Lama Productions
    Sponsored by: The Rabinovich Foundation for the Arts, the Marc Rich Foundation, The Second Authority for TV & Radio
    language: Hebrew, English and Hungarian with English subtitles


    The extraordinary story of three Hungarian-Jewish sisters who were raised in communist Budapest of the 1970s to be chess masters.

     

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