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Israeli Society

Pinhas

Pinhas

A Nine year old boy, son of Russian immigrants, is becoming religious

Unsettling

Unsettling

Left-wing filmmaker enters the heart of Tekoa, an Israeli settlement in the West-Bank,and sits down to talk to the locals.


Night Shift

Night Shift

One neighborhood, one cop, one night. The story of Israel's toughest neighborhood through one night with the local cop.

Good Garbage

Good Garbage

The Hebron Hills garbage dump serves the Israeli settlements in the area and is a source of an eked-out livelihood for 200 Palestinian families from in and around the nearby Palestinian village.


Warrior of Love

Warrior of Love

The incredible tale of a wandering circus and its adventures in the holy land.

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.


Saving the Hermans

Saving the Hermans

Adventourous year-long journey of the Hermans family across Asia in an old fire engine converted into a caravan. Will they fin the meaning of family and home they have been seeking so far and so long?

Silicon Wadi

Silicon Wadi

4 Israeli startup teams sacrifice their families, their friends, and their bank accounts to pursue their startup dreams.


My German Children

My German Children

Born and raised in Israel to a holocaust survivor father and a German mother and after raising her children in Germany, Tom wonders about her roots and her identity.

Drawing the Line

Drawing the Line

A collection of short films was produced as part of a documentary animation course, focusing on the term ‘Borderline’ at The Film & TV School, Sapir College, Animation Department.


The Quest for the Missing Piece

The Quest for the Missing Piece

As a young Jewish gay man living in Tel Aviv with his German partner, Oded Lotan is in an intriguing position to examine the ritual of bris, or male circumcision.

HAREDIM - Religion(dot)com

HAREDIM - Religion(dot)com

For Yigal Revach the Internet is a lively oasis in a society that restricts freedom of expression. For Rabbi Rothschild, it is a Trojan horse that might ruin Haredi Society from within


False Flag

False Flag

Following the disappearance of the Iranian Defense Minister, five clueless Israeli s find themselves plunged into a gripping international espionage affair overnight.

Drops

Drops

A soldier runs into the bathroom on his military base he starts creating a symphony of water drops.


Israel Inside

Israel Inside

Israel Inside sidesteps the usual conversation of politics, conflict and violence, and tells the story of the Israeli people whose resilience has propelled Israel to the forefront of world innovation and progress.

PBS Duki Dror Special

PBS Duki Dror Special

As an Israeli-born son of an Iraqi-Jewish expatriate, Dror's works bear the hallmark of a personal obsession with roots and divided identities. He consistentky deals with the theme of displacement in the ever changing faces of today's Israel.


Wasserman - The Rain Man

Wasserman - The Rain Man

Seventy-three-year-old Wasserman swore never to pray again. A dire situation forces Wasserman to reconsider.

Probation Time

Probation Time

Fragile family ties are put to the test when the director's adopted sister returns from jail.


God's Neighbors

God's Neighbors

Rules must be followed. For the “supervisors” of a Bat Yam neighborhood in Israel, this means ensuring that women are dressed appropriately, that people respect Shabbat, and that Arabs from Jaffa don’t enter the neighborhood.

Who Are You to Me

Who Are You to Me

An encounter between two people, both outsiders to the "normal" society, forces them to take the painful path towards maturation.