Shira Tama

  • Israel
  • Short Documentary
  • 2018
  • 30 min.

Shira Tama

  • Israel
  • Short Documentary
  • 2018
  • 30 min.

Synopsis

The film Shira Tama depicts the personal tale of a 12-year-old girl born and raised in the Amona settlement, who is about to experience the most important moment of her life as the High Court of Justice condemns her home to be demolished. Shira Tama documents the final days of her home as she knows it, and allows us to bear witness to the dramatic events in her life. Her Bat Mitzva year will culminate in a celebration on the hilltops of Amona, but the view will be decidedly different from the one she has known her entire life.

Credits

Director(s)

Shir Hori Abu

Producer(s)

Shir Hori Abu

Cinematography

Esther Lehman

Editor

Niv Raanan

Original Music

Sapir Matityahoo

Original Language

Hebrew

Subtitles

English

  • Best Student Film

    DocAviv Film Festival
    2019

Festival Highlights

Haifa International Film Festival, Israel , 2018

DocAviv Film Festival, Israel , 2019

Tel Aviv Student Film Festival, Israel , 2019

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