Israel 2021, 110 min, Hebrew and English, Hebrew & English subtitles

Shoshana Damari was the first Israeli diva. She graced local and international stages, stirring millions with her beguiling voice and spectacular performance. Yet behind the larger-than-life persona and her memorable songs was a woman about whom we know little. She didn’t like to be interviewed and never volunteered details about herself and her family. Hers was the life of a Hollywood legend and she paid the price for it. This is a story about fame and loneliness, acclaim and loss, daring and compromise. For the first time, the woman behind the crown, the cloak and the palace will come to light.

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Screening Schedule:
  • Sat 03.07 | 18:45 | Venue Cinematheque 3 | Filmmaker Present
  • Tue 06.07 | 16:30 | Venue Cinematheque 1
  • Sat 10.07 | 12:15 | Venue Tel Aviv Museum - Assia Auditorium | Filmmaker Present | Q&A with the filmmakers Kobi Farag and Morris Ben-Mayor after the screening
  • Watch online | The film will be available from July 1st until July 31st

Morris Ben-Mayor is an editor of films and television series. Award winner for best editing - "Kirshenbaum diaries", took part in, “the Nobelists”, “line by line”, "Photo Farag" and more.
Since 2017 co-owns Ben Mayor & Farag a documentary film studio.
In 2019 "Spotting Yossi" premiered in JFF and had a big success in theaters nation-wide.

Kobi Farag is an Actor and Director, roles in numerous TV and comedy shows, films and theater plays. In 2016 his debut film “Photo Farag” was nominated for the Israeli academy awards.
Since 2017 co-owns Ben Mayor & Farag - documentary film studio.
2019 "Spotting Yossi" premiered in JFF and had a big success in theaters nation-wide.

Production Company: Ben-Mayor & Farag
Script: Shauly Melamed, Morris Ben-Mayor, Kobi Farag
Editing: Morris Ben-Mayor, Shauly Melamed
Cinematography: Roee Farag
Research: Kobi Farag, Shauly Melamed, Morris Ben-Mayor
Sound Design: Aviv Aldema
Music: Jonathan Bar-Giora

Source: עוד אין

Supporters & Broadcasters: HOT8, Gesher Multicultural Film Fund, The New Fund for Cinema and TV

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