The film will have its U.S. premiere at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival and its Canadian premiere at the Victoria International Film Festival.
Noah Klieger, the Israeli Forrest Gump, Holocaust survivor and Israeli journalist, dies at 92. The amazing story of Noah Klieger was documented in Uri Borreda’s film Box for Life.
The Wounded Healer wins the “Best Mid- Length Documentary Award” at the 2018 Documentary Forum Awards, Congratulations!
Congratulations to the team of Black Honey: The Life and Poetry of Avraham Sutzkever. The film won the Audience Choice Award for Best Documentary at the The Israel Film Festival in Los Angeles, USA!
Featured in the new Frontlight section in IDFA, Cause of Death follows the story of a bereaved man facing the Israeli security establishment and the State of Israel. Ten years after the death of policeman Salim Barakat in a terror attack, his brother Jamal investigates the identity of Salim’s killer and whether the police are withholding information.
Family in Transition, selected and screened at DOC NYC 2018 followed by theatrical releases in NY and LA. “The film packs an undeniable emotional punch, presenting a fresh viewpoint on its hot-button topic” The Hollywood Reporter
Phoenix, was born and raised in the African Hebrew Israelite community in Dimona, a small city in the desert of Israel. Phoenix who was abused as a child, lives in post-trauma, uses sculpture and rap song writing to help himself overcome it. But the road to healing is still very long and Phoenix knows he deserves to be happy.
Go2films is back from JFF with 2 new awards: Wild Kids, directed by Tal Passes, has won Audience Award and The Love Letter, directed by Atara Frish, received Jury Mention for Best Short.