News & Updates

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

Tuesday, 19 January 2016

Cafe Nagler @ BERLINALE!

We are excited to share with you our great news:Café Nagler, has been selected to the...

Thursday, 19 November 2015

New 'Into the North' World Premiere

Into the North world premiere will be held at One World International Film Festival in...

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

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.

Into the North

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

Arabic Movie

So many Israelis still wax nostalgic about that old Friday afternoon ritual, back in the times when television had just one channel; everyone would watch the Arab movie of the week.

Vice Versa

An innocent relationship between a religious Yeshiva scholar and an 18 year old cancer patient, turns into an intimate and passionate love story.


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.

Rock in the Red Zone

It’s one thing to leave your comfort zone; it’s another to enter a red zone. Filmmaker Laura Bialis crosses the line between observer and participant in a tale of music and romance on the frontlines of a never-ending war.