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  PRESS CONFERENCE EYAL SIVAN   -14th TDF PRESS- Israeli director Eyal Sivan held a press conference on Wednesday, March 14, 2012. Mr. Sivan is attending the 14th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival - Images of the 21st Century on the occasion of the Tribute to his work that the festival has organized. Mr. Dimitri Eipides, Director of the TDF and TIFF, introduced this leading representative of political documentaries, known for his unconventional views regarding the Pa...

Eyal Sivan

Venerated director Eyal Sivan attended the 14th Thessaloniki Film Festival with his documentary film JAFFA: THE ORANGE'S CLOCKWORK (2011)  

Eyal Silvan's Top Ten List

    Israeli filmmaker Eyal Sivan has been asked by IDFA to program a personal Top Ten List of his favorite films for this year's event. Sivan is in Amsterdam for the premiere of his latest film Jaffa, The Orange Clockwork, which screens in the IDFA Competition for Feature-Length Documentaries. During the festival, Sivan will also present a masterclass in which he will explain his choices for his list.   Eyal Sivan grew up in Jerusalem and worked as a photograp...

IDFA Feature Films In Competition

  Getting a prize at IDFA, the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, can be of major significance to a documentary film at the start of its long journey through the Festival circuit and, hopefully, to theatrical, television and ancillary distribution. The Festival's imprimatur is highly regarded and respected in the world of programmers and festival directors, who are here in Amsterdam scouring for the best in non-fiction film. Here is the first part of the films compet...

SWEET MUD Premieres In Park City

Wednesday, January 24----SWEET MUD, the sole dramatic film from Israel in the Sundance World Cinema Drama Competition, debuted this evening at the Egyptian Theater in Park City. The film is the second feature by Israeli director Dror Shaul. Set in a kibbutz (collective farm) during the 1970s, the film is a powerful, courageous critique of kibbutzniks who ostracize a psychologically unstable young mother. It also shows the effect of their well-meaning prejudice on her youngest son, who stands p...

Brooklyn Film Festival awards "Blood: death does not exist"

9th BROOKLYN INT'L FILM FESTIVAL (BiFF)2006 edition winnersGrand Chameleon AwardBLOOD: DEATH DOES NOT EXISTBest FeatureBLOOD: DEATH DOES NOT EXISTBest Documentary / Diane Seligman AwardRADIOPHOBIABest ShortOUSMANEBest ExperimentalCAROUSEL RITEBest Animation (ex-equo)JOURNEY TO MARSCRAB REVOLUTIONBrooklyn Excellence AwardDOUGLAS STEINER, Chairman of Steiner Studios Spirit Awards:films in which the festival recognizes its own spiritFeature: AHLAAMDocumentary: BEFORE FLYING BACK TO THE EARTHShort:...

The 21st Israel Film Festival in action in LA

The 21st Israel Film Festival kicked off November 30th at Los Angeles (Nov. 30th - Dec. 15th)The festival’s mission is to “bring the voice of Israeli film to American audiences" said Festival Chairman MEYER GOTTLIEB (COO of Samuel Goldwyn Films). Indeed, the Festival, MEIR FENIGSTEIN launched 21 years ago has turned into the largest showcase of Israeli films in the U.S. This edition will screen over 40 titles, including features, documentaries, television dramas and selected student films. T...