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Human Rights

Vita Activa: The Spirit of Hannah Arendt

Vita Activa: The Spirit of Hannah Arendt

Hannah Arendt, one of the most influential thinkers of the 20th century, evokes renewed interest around the world, especially among young people.

Arab Labor

Arab Labor

A groundbreaking TV series in Israel, Arab Labor mixes humor and drama to explore the daily conflicts,both large and small,that Arabs face.


Yedidiah`s Collection

Yedidiah`s Collection

Ten-year-old Yedidiah`s collection is no ordinary collection. He collects spent mortar shells and lighting parachutes, all evidence of the complicated reality of life he is facing.

Gilad Schalit- The Interview

Gilad Schalit- The Interview

An in-depth look at more than five years of Hamas captivity, through the eyes of Gilad Shalit.


The Boys From Lebanon

The Boys From Lebanon

In May 2000, the South Lebanese Army collapsed and its members fled from Hezbollah fighters into Israel, their ally who had abandoned them. 700 families of SLA refugees are living in Israel today.

Dolphin Boy

Dolphin Boy

A story of a young Arab-Israeli who due to a post traumatic stress changes his identity and forgets his past. He recovers thanks to a special relationship that he develops with dolphins in the Red Sea.


Hotline

Hotline

The Hotline for Refugees and Migrants is a Tel Aviv based NGO. In exactly inverse proportion to the small-scale of this human rights organization, the issues they deal with are universal and crucial.

Desert Brides

Desert Brides

Three relatively educated,independent Bedouin women are caught within traditional society,trying to survive, each in their own way, a life of polygamy.


The Girls from Brazil

The Girls from Brazil

A dramatic story of four young Israeli women that were adopted in Brazil in the 80`s, and return to Brazil to search for their biological mothers.

Present Continuous

Present Continuous

One Friday afternoon, while everyone is asleep, an Israeli mother barricades her home.


The Journey of Vaan Nguyen

The Journey of Vaan Nguyen

In her painful blog, Vaan Nguyen unfolds the absurdities of her life as an Israeli-born Vietnamese.

Sumna's Letter

Sumna's Letter

After another fierce argument with her adopting parents, Hanna embarks on a significant journey to find her real mother in Romania.


Third Person

Third Person

Susan isn’t either-or. Susan isn’t both. Not quite male, not quite female. At 35 years old Susan discovers this for the first time.

The Yard

The Yard

My childhood yard may appear like another shabby parking space in a Jerusalem ultra-orthodox neighborhood. To me, it is the landscape of the only home I have ever known.


A Film Unfinished

A Film Unfinished

A film about an unfinished Nazi propaganda film which exposes for the first time the story behind its making, exposing the extent of the cinematic manipulation, and forever changing the way we look at historic images.

Numbered

Numbered

Auschwitz prisoners, were tattooed with serial numbers.NUMBERED is an explosive, highly visual, and emotionally cinematic journey, guided by testimonies and portraits of these survivors


And Behold, There Came a Great Wind

And Behold, There Came a Great Wind

On a dramatic journey, the end of which is foretold, Gaza Strip residents have to deal with personal pain and decide how to act on the actual day of evacuation.

Arab Labor- Season 3

Arab Labor- Season 3

Amjad attempts to become a part of the Israeli society. Attempts which are at times pathetic or outrageous, but always heart-warming and thought-provoking.


Across the River

Across the River

One mans plight to save his community from AIDS.

Into the North

Into the North

A coming-of-age story of young Czech Jewish refugees who were saved by Danish farmers during the WWII.