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Best of Sapir Film School

Children by Remote Control

Children by Remote Control

This documentry is a personal journey which attempts to solve the riddle of Thai laborers in a foreign land, whose ties of love and affection to their children are based on phone calls and letters.

On the Way Home

On the Way Home

“On The Way Home” tells the story of a group of young immigrants, coping with the problems of immigration and identity


Faith

Faith

As Emuna immerses herself in the Mikve (ritual bath) the night before her wedding, she becomes flooded with childhood memories.

Severed Ties

Severed Ties

The film is about Dina who's searching for her brother Nachum, who disappeared right after his birth, 60 years ago.


Hula and Natan

Hula and Natan

A comic-tragic bitter and witty documentary about the attempts of two garage men who live in a poverty stricken war zone to survive through their fatalistic reality.

Two Eyes and a Mouth

Two Eyes and a Mouth

The director tells his own story of what it is like as a Bedouin man trying to become a filmmaker.


Sisai

Sisai

The director,Sisai`s brother, joins him and their father on a journey to Ethiopia on a search for identity, blood connection, love and longing.

Southern Minute

Southern Minute

During group-format and individual research, students examine the significance of the term south, from a variety of angles.


Barrier

Barrier

A vibrant musical comedy about the commander of a military barrier outside an Arab village at the edge of civilization.

Messiah

Messiah

One morning a man who claims to be the Messiah, enters Elian’s life and asks for an old book so that the Messianic Age can begin.


Mirrors

Mirrors

In Ethiopia, Almaz's dream is shattered and she is forced into a brokered marriage. Twenty years later, in Israel, she confronts her husband as if for the first time.

Saba

Saba

At age 92, the grandfather of the director attempts to break through into the “path I didn`t choose” in a new way, while revealing himself to the world.


the 74th

the 74th

In the winter of 1997, two Israeli army helicopters crashed above the Lebanese border. 73 soldiers met their death. "The 74th" deals with that night, in which I was sent to remove the dead bodies.

No One But Us

No One But Us

Andrei, a new immigrant from the former Soviet Union, discovers that in order to save his sick father’s life he must buy an expensive drug that is well beyond his means.


Men on the Edge

Men on the Edge

A gripping observation of life between Palestinian and Israeli fishermen working and living together on an abandoned Mediterranean shoreline, between Israel and Gaza.

Away

Away

Lena, a Swiss photographer, broke up with her Israeli boyfriend and wants to go back to Switzerland. However she is stuck in Israel for another press-assignment. A journey into a foreign city that will result in the re-examination of her life.


My Family's Pizza

My Family's Pizza

Maksim, a pizza wizard addicted to sleep, asks his parents to help him buy a pizza place he co-owns. As soon as he becomes the sole owner, his parents realize they will have to invest a lot more than just the money. .

The Buganas

The Buganas

Etty, whose family immigrated to Israel from Tunisia, struggles with her family`s legacy weeks before her wedding.


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.

Salaam David

Salaam David

Two pairs of friends who live on the two sides of the Israeli-Palestinian border, are about to discover they are more similar to each other than they ever thought.