Nora lives in a shelter for bats she built, she discovers that no place is safe from pain, loss and love
14-year-old Kiki is sentenced to juvenile prison. His sister, convinces the authorities to give him one last chance.
Lost Angeles- Documentary Musical
A Documentary Musical tale of a town left behind and one watchmaker fighting against time.
Don’t Care to Share
A Web series about AA meetings for victims of web shaming.
A soldier walks up iron steps to a guard post, surrounded by wilderness and infinite silence. Soldier replacing soldier in endless motion.
Action-Comedy, Parody of the Israeli Mossad. An Israel Mossad agent competes with a CIA agent to save the world.
A childless young ultraorthodox couple faces a crisis raising fundamental questions about faith and trust after a traumatic treatment
A woman wakes up one morning after dreaming that she murdered her husband and discovers that he has disappeared from her life.
An Ethiopian immigrant, sets out on a journey through his children’s homes after losing his wife. Coming to know some of life’s harsh new realities, he tries to survive in his own way.
Rudolf Franz Ferdinand Höss, the longest-serving commander of Auschwitz concentration camp, is awaiting trial in a Polish prison.
Moments after a terror attack in Jerusalem two woman meet at the hospital. While getting acquainted, one of them struggles to conceal her identity.
Seven years after discharging from the army, a group of soldiers discover that an experiment they volunteered to has a destructive effect.
A Tel Aviv film teacher is forced to teach a high school in Sderot. This year will be a life changing journey
A Whore Like Me
Twenty years ago Chile was kidnapped from Hungary by Israeli sex traffickers and was forced to work as a prostitute. Now she wants to find her kidnappers.
Seven Children, Seven Diaries, Seven life stories, and one Woman. Handwritten in students’ notebooks Elisheva documented 57 years of raising her children.
On the Threshold
Tomer, fighting depression, locks himself in his room for five years. He finally breaks the boundaries of his prison with the power of art, back into the arms of his wife and children.
Life According to Ohad
Ohad is an animal-rights activist. After years of being cut off from his family, he tries to reconnect, but their decision to eat meat still stands in his way.
Eyal, a shy young filmmaker, musters up his courage and travels to Emir Kusturica’s village to convince the Serbian director to come to Tel Aviv to be a guest actor in his feature film.
A group of Fathers of children with cancer set out on a journey in Romania. Away from their familiar environment, they are able to stop denying and start coping.
In The Director’s Chair Sits A Woman
26 women, who have directed feature films in Israel, share stories from the director’s chair.