The Worst company in the world
This is a documentary about the 3 clumsy workers of a small family insurance agency. They are all in their late 50`s, chubby bold, bearded with massive glasses, and though they are kind, easy going, sensitive and broad minded gentlemen, they know nothing about business and are on a verge of bankruptcy in any aspect of life. The film documents their survival attempt during the 2008`s economical crisis…
Lenght: 50 min
Director: Regev Contes
The Lost Love diaries
WW2 separated young Bernie and Ellis as they had to go underground. They promise to each keep a diary. After Bernie disappeared in mid war, heartbroken Ellis married another man. On the morning of her wedding day a package arrived, in it was Bernie’s diary. Overwhelmed by the turn of events, Ellis buried the diary deep in her suitcase and set out for Palestine, where she started a new life. For 65 years the diary remained untouched, until now. Following clues from the diary, Ellis sets out on a detective search to find out what ever happened to Bernie.
Lenght: 50 min
Director: Yasmin Novak
The Jerusalem Film Festival
This is the story of veteran immigrants from the former Soviet Union, who all reside at the Diplomat Hotel in Jerusalem. These are people who came to Israel in search of a new home, and have ended up living permanently in a hotel. The exterior of the hotel – a large building of more than 500 rooms, surrounding by green lawns – reveals nothing about its interior. This is the story of the Diplomat Hotel residents, who live among us as strangers.
Lenght: 80 min
Director: Dana Goren
THE CHAMPAGNE SPY
Oded is just 12 years old when his father reveals to him being a secret agent for the Mossad and makes the boy swear to secrecy because his life depends on it. While he leaves on his mission to Cairo as Wolfgang Lotz – ex Nazi millionaire and horse breeder – Oded and his mother remain alone in Paris, waiting anxiously for his return. Now Oded breaks a long silence and journeys into his father’s real and covert identities, revealing the heavy price paid by his family, trapped in the shadows of espionage.
Lenght: 90 minutes
Director: Nadav Schirman
Partners: Lichtblick Films
Winner of John Schlesinger Award for Outstanding First feature film – Palm Springs Film Festival
Nominated - BEST DOCUMENTARY - European Film Academy Awards
BEST DOCUMENTARY - Israeli Academy Awards 2007
Nominated- Best Mediterranean Documentary - CMCA 2008
A spectacular documentary series providing a fascinating view of the nature and animal world of Israel in all its glory. Each show focuses on a local animal or an Israeli natural phenomenon and contains rare photographs and close-ups of animals at the peak of their activity. The series exposes the viewers to the colorful story of the natural and living world in Israel, reveals fascinating details and tells the story through the vibrant world of nature and supposedly “from his point of view,”.
The Jewish Underground
A documentary film combining elements of a political – detective thriller, telling the story of how the members of the Jewish underground, the largest terrorist organization of the Israeli right –wing settlers, who carried out several terror attacks against Palestinians, became the string pullers in the current Israeli government.
A documentary series telling the legend of the Israeli Kibbutz. The series documents the tremendous impact of the bold collective experiment on the entire Israeli society, as well as on the lives and lifestyle of the participants in the experiment. The story of the kibbutz is presented in a comprehensive manner, from the heroic period of the founding to the establishment and consolidation of the state, the story of the founders and their successors, the crises and the changes that have taken place in the idea of the kibbutz over the years. The series tracks the development of the idea of the kibbutz from the establishment of the first kibbutz and throughout 100 years of kibbutz, focusing on the story of dozens of kibbutzs and many interviewees.
Type: Mini Series
Israeli Academy award winner
for best Documentary series
Documentary Filmmakers Forum
winner for best
TV documentary project
Route 90 is the lowest highway in the world, the longest road in Israel, the only one to connect it from side to side, border to border. It crawls by the landscapes that once were at the security and ideological forefront and now are the mere back yard, the outskirts. Two appreciated documentarists go on a two-week road trip on Route 90 to meet the people who live on the eastern edge of Israel, The most neglected periphery in the country, to hear their stories and document the feeling of many – the feeling that the country has turned its back on them and somehow lost interest in them.