Director and producer of documentary films, married plus 3 children, lives in Israel.
Her films include: Don't call me a hero, Being an old man (about Teddy Kolek, Jerusalem’s prior mayor), Personal Meeting (about Gila Almagor, Israel’s most leading and respectable theatre actress.)
Ofra was a journalist in Haaretz newspaper, and senior documentary reporter at the main news magazine of the cables network.
- "Menachem and Fred" (2008; 90 min.) 2005 - 2008
MENACHEM & FRED 90 min documentary Co-director, Co-produser & Screept writer
The film was co-prodused with Jens Meurer (russian ark) Egoli Tossell Film AG – berlin
Brodcasters : ARTE swr (sudwestrundfunk) & SR (saarlandisher) – Germany,
Noga comunications Israel
Foundations: Filmsiftung – Germany ,
“Don’t call me a Hero” (2003– 30 min). Produced for “Noga communication”, with the support of The Israeli cable foundation.
"Eighteen Years In Jail" (1999 – 25 min.) A Documentary about Tuvia Oshry , one of Israel's most dangerous and famous convicted murderers.
"Personal Meeting" (1998 – 25 min.) A Documentary about Gila Almagor, Israel’s most leading and respectable theatre actress.
"Being an Old Man" (1997 - 25 min) Documentary about Teddy Kolek, Jerusalem’s prior mayor for over 20 years and a prominent figure in Israeli politics.
1994–2000 Senior documentary reporter at the main news magazine of “Golden Channels” (Arutzei Zahav) network, during that period I produced and directed hundreds of social and cultural related short documentaries.
1988 – 1991 Journalist for “Tzomet Hasharon” (Haarets”) magazine.
1986 – 1988 Producer and Director of Screens Multimedia Films, mostly on topics related to Israeli historical issues as the foundation of Israel’s defense office.
1980 – 1986 Music Coordination Producer at the Israeli version of “Sesame Street”, at the Israeli Educational Television.
1978 – 1982 Broadcaster at the Israeli Educational Television.
1972 – 1976 BA Studies at the department of Cinema and Television, Tel – Aviv University
1970 – 1972 Military service as a broadcaster at the Army’s Radio Station (Galey Zahal)