Israel 2017, 58 min, Hebrew and French, Hebrew & English subtitles
Michal Bat-Adam is the only Israeli woman director to regularly create films since the 1970s. The film is an emotive and associative portrait of the trailblazing filmmaker, a successful actress demanding a place behind the camera despite scathing critiques. The film follows Bat-Adam’s shooting of her new low-budget film and intimately documents her and her husband of 40 years- film director Moshe Mizrahi- sharing the struggle to make films despite aging and the establishment’s rejection. “Hope I’m in the Frame” raises questions about art, aging, love, partnership and compassion- cinema’s encroachment on memory and life.
- Fri 12.05 16:00 Cinemateque 3 Filmmaker Present
- Thu 18.05 10:00 Cinemateque 3 Filmmaker Present
- Sat 20.05 19:15 Cinemateque 1 Filmmaker Present
Production Company: N.b-movies
Editing: Gideon Latzman
Cinematography: Netalie Braun, Adi Mozes
Research: Netalie Braun, Lily Yudinsky
Soundtrack: Aviv Aldema
Music: Asher Goldschmidt
Netalie Braun is a film director of documentary and fiction films. Her films have been screened in film festivals (Berlinale, IDFA, palm-springs, Full-Frame) and T.V channels all over the world and won many prizes. Braun used to be the artistic director of the Israeli women film festival.