Tariq Samara, an artist from the Golan Heights, lives right along the Syrian border. He contends with the tragedy of his birthplace through art, by sculpting faces that he has never seen.
Sashka is a sweet 13-year-old boy, who was born and raised in Sderot. When a new military operation breaks out near his home, he is forced to relocate to a boarding school. It is the beginning of his sudden coming of age, an accelerated and sobering experience.
The Mute's House
There is a house in Hebron, abandoned by its Palestinian residents. Known as “the Mute’s House,” only Sahar, a deaf woman, still lives there, together with her eight-year-old son, Yousef. This film captures the remarkable story of two people living in the heart of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, as told from Yousef’s point of view.
Ariel was a medic during Operation Protective Edge. Since then, he has been driving his car along Israel’s roads, seeking to alleviate the memories and the pain.
Yehudith uses her imagination to try to escape the horrors of Auschwitz. In this unique documentary in 3D animation, we get a glimpse into Yehudith’s inner world, so rich in movement and color.