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Ben-Gurion, Epilogue


General Information

Israel/France, 2016 | Documentary, 55 min.
Director: Yariv Mozer
Producers: Yariv Mozer, Yael Perlov, Patrick Winocour & Guigon Juliette

 

"The film is, in part, a wistful ode to a lost generation of leaders who viewed simplicity as a virtue even as they strove for giant goals." New York Times


Synopsis

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. It is 1968 and he is 82 years old, five years before his death. He lives in his secluded home in the desert, removed from all political discourse, which allows him a hindsight perspective on the Zionist enterprise. Ben-Gurion’s introspective soul searching is the focus of this film, and his clear voice provides a surprising vision for today’s crucial decisions and the future of Israel.

Awards & Festivals

Official Competition- Jerusalem Interantional Film Festival, Israel, 2016

Credits

Director: Yariv Mozer

Producers: Yariv Mozer, Yael Perlov, Patrick Winocour & Guigon Juliette

Supported by    HOT 8, Arte France, NDR Germany, Société Radio-Canada, The Rabinovich Foundation for the Arts, Makor Foundation, Gesher Multicultural Film Fund, Avi Chai foundation, The Ben-Gurion Heritage Institute, The Ben-Gurion Research Institute for the Study of Israel and Zionism, The Jewish National Fund, Other Israel Film Fund, Copro Foundation

Script: Yariv Mozer

Editor: Yael Perlov

Music: John Keltonic

Original Language: Hebrew, English

Subtitles: English

 

Quotes

Ben-Gurion on Israel, Peace and Back Pain: A Lost Interview Is Brought to Life, Isabel Kershner, NY Times

A Visionary Leader, Amy Kronish, israelfilm.blogspot.co.il

Tra la pace e i territori scelgo la pace, Ariela Piattelli, La Stampa


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