Tsi-la Piran, a second generation Israeli daughter of Holocaust survivors, chooses to deal with her personal demons of the past by treating the troubled second generation of the "Other Side". Ohad by Tomer Heymann
An intimate portrait of Ohad Naharin, Israel's most dominant choreographer, and artistic director of Batsheva Dance Company.
Who's Gonna Love Me Now?
Saar, an ex-Israeli army paratrooper living in London, finds out he is HIV positive, and embarks on a journey of reconciliation with his religious family in Israel.
The story of Ohad Naharin, renowned choreographer and artistic director of the Batsheva Dance Company, a genius who redefined the language of modern dance.
An encounter between the mythological Israeli actress Aliza Rosen and a young film director.
The Queen Has No Crown
A poignant meditation on family, loss, and the mental maps of homelessness.
I Shot My Love
Unusual cinematic mosaic which integrate mother love, national identity and cinematic ethics.
The Way Home
Tomer Heymann Seeking the way back home With the help of his photographic obsession.
portrays the exciting journey of two youth groups from the south of Israel making their first steps in the music industry
Black Over White
Idan Raichel project go to Ethiopia
Israeli plastic surgery industry
Bridge Over the Wadi
First year in the Jewish-Arab school
A surprising and touching documentary adventure that touches upon profound issues of belonging, bereavement and relationships.
Filipino workers in TLV perform as drag queens
Aviv (Fucked Up Generation)
Aviv Geffen, the grandson of legendary Moshe Dayan and number one Israeli rockist, is rapidly becoming a mythic figure himself.
It Kinda Scares Me
A gritty, funny documentary about a drama coach and the "delinquent" boys he teaches.
Laugh Till I Cry
In 1997 a group of people in their 20's who suffer from CF disease (Cystic Fibrosis) created a theater group.