News & Updates

Monday, 6 March 2017

Ben-Gurion: Epilogue at Film Forum New York

After great opening night, Ben-Gurion: Epilogue receives fantastic reviews including in New York Times and...

Thursday, 23 February 2017

Joe's Violin Nominated for Oscar

We are super excited about Joe's Violin Oscar nomination for the Best Short Documentary Subject!...

Wednesday, 25 May 2016

Women in Sink in the New York Times

Short version of Women in Sink now availble on NY Times Op-Docs

Desert Brides

Documetnary, 90 min


Documentary, 54 min.

Like a Fish out of Water

Fiction, 50 min.


Documentary, 74 min.

Family on the Edge

Documentary, 58 min.

Newly Released


Yoel learns to his surprise that he owns property purchased by his wife Ewa. He tries to solve the mystery, and his life changes forever. A drama that shifts between Holocaust memories and the present.


A biblical adaptation to the story of Sarah, Abraham, Hagar, Yitzhak and Ismail from the book of Genesis, set in a world of a philharmonic orchestra in present Jerusalem.

Dimona Twist

Seven women arrive in Israel by ship in the 1950s and 1960s and are sent straight to Dimona, a town recently established in the middle of the desert.

Ben-Gurion, Epilogue

In the great depths of the archive, six hours of interview footage was discovered of one of modern history’s greatest leaders- David Ben-Gurion.


A boy living in Jerusalem befriends an ancient local monster called “Abulele”. By helping his new found friend get back home, he reconnects with his parents.

AKA Nadia

More than 20 years since Maya abandoned her previous identity, her past rears its head again. Through the unique story of its heroine, the film contemplates life in a society ridden by intolerance and xenophobia.