Israel 2016, 20 min, Hebrew, Hebrew & English subtitles
This beautifully animated documentary voices the tails of The Red House, an extraordinary building, like no other in the Tel Aviv landscape.
Built in 1924, the building’s many stories outline a century of life in the city. From the Lodzia Textile factory where socks were painstakingly woven by Polish immigrants, through a synagogue, to one of the most popular modern art galleries of the 1980s, The Red House has seen it all.
Today, a moment before the lights are switched on again, following a long, meticulous restoration process; the film journeys through the many stories these walls have witnessed, with love and longing for a building that is coming back to life.
- Sat 20.05 20:30 The Red House Free Entrance
- Sat 20.05 21:30 The Red House Free Entrance
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Production: Ronny Douek, Amit Ginzler, Hadar Bakshy Shmeltzer
Production Company: Arava Vineyards
Editing: Rachel Leah Jones
Animation: Yoav Brill
Research: Tali Shamir-werzberger, Lily Yudinsky
Soundtrack: Aviv Aldema
Music: Alberto Shwartz
Tamar's award winning film "Life In Stills" won “Best Israeli Film” in Docaviv Film Festival in Tel aviv, and won the Israeli academy award for Best film, “Best new director” in Dok Leipzig Int'l Film Festival, and many more festivals.
She received more than 20 international awards.
Since it was released, the film has been screened in more than 100 festivals around the world and internationally broadcasted.
Her new film “Shalom Italia” premiered at DocAviv Film Festival 2016, idfa, AFIdocs and was nominated for Israeli Oscar award.