Israel, USA 1999, 82 min, Feature Documentary – RESTORED COPY – RE-RELEASE Mono | Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Directed by: Arnon Goldfinger
Script: Oshra Schwartz-Reim
Produced by: Arnon Goldfinger, Amir Harel, Oshra Schwartz-Reim
Cinematography: Yoram Millo
Editing: Einat Glaser-Zarhin
Sound: Tomer Ilan
Supported by: New Fund for Cinema and Television, TV Keshet – The Film project, National Authority of Yiddish Culture, National Council for Culture and Arts, The Avraham Y. Lerner Foundation, Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture
Language: English, Yiddish, Hebrew with English subtitles
The glory days of the Yiddish stage are brought to life in this funny saga of a legendary theatrical family, The Bursteins.
Israel 2019| 62'| Feature documentary
Written & Directed by: Israela Shaer Meoded
Edited by: Oron Adar
Produced by: Marker Films, Elad Gavish
Music: Ishai Adar
Narration: Reymond Amslamen, Ella Armony
With the support of: The Rabinovich Foundation for the Arts - Cinema Project, Leon Recanati Foundation, Israel Ministry of Culture and Sport, Mifal Hapais Israel Lottery - Council for Cultural & Art, The Steve Tisch School of Film and Television
Language: Hebrew with English subtitles
Who is this woman? How have dozens of female directors imagined and portrayed her in Israeli cinema over the years?
Israel 2020| 3x52'| 3 Part Documentary Series - New Release
Written & Directed by: Uri Rosenwaks
Edited by: Boaz Lion
Produced by: Uri Rosenwaks, David Dekelboim, Itzhak Alchmister
Cinematography: Michael Dal, Shachar Jerusalmi
Music: Avi Belleli
With the support of: Gesher Multicultural Film Fund, Avi Chai Foundation, The Maimonides Fund, Kan the Israeli Public Broadcast Corporation (IPBC)
Language: Hebrew and English with English subtitles
An intimate look at the Hassidic world through the eyes of its members. Kingdoms try’s to shutter the stereotypes, overcome mutual suspicions, and portray the inner story of Hasidism.
Israel 2017, 72 min, Feature Documentary
Written & Directed by: Ran Tal
Produced by: Lama Films - Ayelet Kait, Amir Harel, Ran Tal
Editing: Nili Feller
Photography: Daniel Kedem, Itay Marom, Uriel Sinai, Ziv Berkovitch, Zvi Lanzman
Music: Asher Goldschmidt
With the support of: Yes Docu, The new fund for cinema and TV, Mifal Hpis, The Leir Charitable Foundations
Language: Hebrew, English, Yiddish, Arabic with English subtitles
"A masterful look at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel, and the world itself."
Israel 2018, 74 min, Feature Documentary
Written & Directed by: Orit Ofir Ronell
Production: Yoram Ivry, David Noy - Cinemax Prod
Editing: Tor Ben-mayor
Cinematography: David Zarif
Soundtrack: Itzik Cohen- Jungle Sound
Music: Kobi Vitman
With the support of: Reshet Channel 13, The new Foundation for Cinema & TV
Language: Hebrew and Bulgarian with English Subtitles
Rise and fall of a proud Bulgarian family of bakers that immigrated to the newborn state of Israel.
Belgium/Israel 2018, 52 min, Documentary
An almost deserted museum, a guard wearing high heels, a cinephile thief and a Monet painting.
Israel 2018, 52 min, Documentary
Ami was killed in the 1967 War. Fifty years after his death, a shocking truth is unveiled
Israel/ Canada 2018, 220 min, (Omar's Dream’ 115 min, Avidan's Dream 105 min, TV Version 120 min, Documentary Diptych
Written & Directed & Cinematography by: Avner Faingulernt
Produced by: Hagar Saad Shalom, Paul Cadieux, Shlomi Elkabetz, Danae Elon, Galit Bachlon; Skene Border Films (IL), Filmoption International (CAN), Deux Beaux Garcons Films (IL), Entre Deux Mondes Productions
Editing: Myriam Magassouba (CAN)
Music: Peter Venne (CAN)
With the support of: The Israel Film Council – Ministry of Culture and Sport, Quebec Crédit d’impôt cinema et television - Gestion SODEC, The Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit
Language: Hebrew and Arabic with English subtitles
A profound journey trying to defy what is commonly known about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Israel, Netherlands, Jordan 2019 / 55 min / Mid-Length Documentary
A story of a Palestinian chemist from the village of Sur Baher who decides to move from his village to the Jewish Kibbutz Ketura in the South of Israel, in pursuit of a dream of peace in the Middle East. Utopia or optimism?