Israel 2020, 70 min, Hebrew, Hebrew & English subtitles

Israel is a war-ridden country that has claimed tens of thousands of victims. Over the years the public has leaned on the ethos of sacrifice. Generations of mothers send their sons to war without asking questions. They play their assigned roles. This film tells the story about the first time a female civil movement challenged that prevailing ethos in Israeli history when mothers to soldiers protested against the ongoing war in Lebanon.
Its a film about a groundbreaking female protest in a struggle for peace. A feminist movement that inspired masses and was able to end war.


  • Premiere | Sat 05.09 at 16:00

  • The film will be available until September 30th

How it works

Please note that tickets are limited

Meet the Filmmakers

  • Directors Rephael Levin and Dana Keidar in conversation with Barak Heymann.

    Sat 12.09 at 15:00

Directors: Rephael Levin, Dana Keidar Levin
Production: Adi Bar Yossef, Rephael Levin, Dana Keidar Levin
Production Company: Baryo Film & Tv Productions
Co-producers: Green Productions - Gal Greenspan, Roi Kurland And Maya Fischer
Script: Rephael Levin, Dana Keidar Levin, Neta Dvorkis
Editing: Neta Dvorkis
Cinematography: Yaniv Linton, Adi Mozes
Research: Hagit Ben Yaacov, Rephael Levin, Dana Keidar Levin, Maya Klar, Alon Sahar
Sound Design: Ami Arad
Music: Karni Postel

Source: Go2Films

Supporters & Broadcasters: HOT8, Yehoshua Rabinovich Foundation for the Arts, מפעל הפיס, קרן גליל


Rephael Levin is a film director and editor, . His documentary debut A CRIME CALLED MAN (2016) participated in the Docaviv Film Festival.

Dana Keidar graduated from Sam Spiegel Film & TV School in Jerusalem. She directed 3 short films that participated in festivals globally: “Insights” (2008), "Stitches" (2011) and "Offspring" (2019).

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