Concrete. A war story can be told either by the victims or by the soldiers. Operation “Cast Lead” in Gaza wasn’t covered by the media due to the military embargo. For the first time, Israeli soldiers who took part in “Cast Lead” in Gaza in 2009 tell their story.
Dubak – A Palestinian Jew. An authentic story of anguish and love, this beautiful documentary follows Dubak; an extraordinary individual whose life is thoroughly intertwined with the land he lives in: the Gush Etzion region of the West Bank.
Eyewitness: 60 Years. For 60 years, his eyes and his lens have captured some of the most profound images of Israel’s history. The precise shutter speeds of David Rubinger have captured famous leaders and documented many of the dramatic events that have shaped the Israel we know today.
Haredim – Religion.com. For Yigal Revach, the internet is a lively oasis in a society that restricts freedom of expression. For Rabbi Rothschild, it is a Trojan Horse that might ruin Haredi society from within. This timely documentary explores the tension over the internet in the ultra-Orthodox community.
Revolution 101. Combining both documentary and fictional material, this unique film focuses on a film director and his producer and their struggle to restore the public in “public broadcasting.” Following the two protagonists over a period of seven years, we see their experience with corruption, inflexibility and deterioration against their quest to guarantee a new law that will ensure well-managed public broadcasting.