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  1. The King of Börek

    The King of Börek

    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. 

     
  2. In The Desert - A Documentary Diptych

    In The Desert - A Documentary Diptych

    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.

     
  3. The Museum

    The Museum

    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."
    Jerusalem Post

     
  4. Standby Painter

    Standby Painter

    Belgium/Israel 2018, 52 min, Documentary

    Written & Directed by: Amir Yatziv, Guy Slabinnck
    Produced by: Kaat Camerlynck - Czar Film, Belgium
    Script, Editing & Research: Amir Yatziv
    Cinematography: Hyun De Grande, Łukasz Konopa
    Soundtrack: Nati Zeidenstadt
    Music: Uriel Herman
    Language: Polish, English with English and French subtitles

    An almost deserted museum, a guard wearing high heels, a cinephile thief and a Monet painting.

     
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    Reinvestigation

    Israel 2019 / 72 min / Feature Documentary

    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.

     
  6. Conventional Sins

    Conventional Sins

    Israel 2017, 70 min, Feature Documentary

    Written & Directed by: Anat Yuta Zuria & Shira Clara Winther
    Produced by: David Mandil - MoviePlus Productions
    Photography: Dror Lebendiger
    Supported by: Yes Docu, Rabinovich Film Fund Cinema Project, Israel Lottery Council for Culture & Arts
    Language: Hebrew with English subtitles

    Through an original narrative strategy, Conventional Sins touches on issues of pedophilia, victimhood and the redemptive potential of cinema.

     
  7. Shadows

    Shadows

    Israel 2017, 52 min, Documentary

    Written & Directed by: Noa Aharoni
    Produced by: David Noy, Yoram Ivry – Cinemax Productions
    Language: Hebrew with English subtitles

    For the first time on screen, second-generation children of Holocaust Survivors open up about their abused childhood suffering.

     
  8. 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.

     
  9. 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.

     

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