The Sign for Love
El-Ad was born deaf to a hearing family. After his mother’s tragic death and the breakdown of his family, he makes the most important decision of his life: to become a father.
Hope I'm in the Frame
A portrait of Michal Bat-Adam, the first and only woman director in Israel to regularly create films since the 1970s. The film intimately documents her and her husband, director Moshe Mizrahi, sharing the struggle to make films despite aging.
In My Room
Hidden between the viral videos of Youtube are the most private teenage diaries, which slowly and gently follow them growing up. In My Room weaves these diaries into one big coming-of-age story, as it unfolds from inside their rooms.
The director sets out to tell the story of the father who abandoned her, but finds herself rediscovering a hidden story from his past. A story about the undoing of Soviet men, post-USSR.
Fence Your Best
The story of the Hatuel family, the prominent fencing dynasty from Acre, dominated by Haim Hatuel the father and legendary coach. Haim starts to lose control of his children just before the Olympics in Rio, which propels them into a family duel in which they pierce each other both on and off the strip.
The Ancestral Sin
The story of Israel's "development towns", as never told before: Testimonials and previously sealed transcripts reveal a method, an ideology and a cruel practice of law enforcement and decision makers behind the "population dispersal" policies.
Near Gush Etzion Junction, between Jerusalem and Hevron, Palestinians and Israeli settlers create "Roots", a local initiative trying to transform the conflict from the ground up. Repeated attacks at the Junction inflame the region and challenge their work.
My Beloved Country
A group of teenagers who left their homes in Manipur, India, two girls who were born in Lebanon and are now finishing 12th grade and one woman, a piano teacher, who grew up near the Volga River. A literary-documentary journey into Block 461 in the town of Ma'alot.
Muhi - Generally Temporary
For the past seven years Muhi, a boy from Gaza has been living in an Israeli hospital, unable to return home. He is saved and raised in paradoxical circumstances that transcend identity, religion and the conflict that divides his world.
After the death of Elisheva Rise, her children clear out her home and find some old journals. She secretly wrote a journal for each of her seven children, whom she had never hugged nor kissed, that documented their entire lives. Now, they open the journals for the first time.
The Promised (La Promise)
In Paris they were called "Jews", in Israel they are the "French”. Wandering Jews, all coming in Israel and discovering it, so different from the Zionist dream. Five years of continuous observation of the French immigration, 100,000 people and one question left open: Why?
A year inside the Women's Section of the Western Wall in Jerusalem's Temple Mount. A double portrait of a place and of a woman. An encounter between sound and image, private and public, God and His absence.