Kaya, a 13-year-old Israeli-Nepalese girl and the director's daughter, joins a boxing club in Goa, India. Six Million in Two Rooms by Tomer Heymann
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". Second Round by Barak Heymann
The 6-part TV series tells the personal stories of a number of men and women who got divorced and had their family cells fall apart. Ohad by Tomer Heymann
An intimate portrait of Ohad Naharin, Israel's most dominant choreographer, and artistic director of Batsheva Dance Company. Mishpuche by Ben Lewis
“Mishpuche” presents stories of Jews in modern times. The First Citizen by Daniel Sivan & Yossi Bloch
On July 8th 2006, a woman accused a man of raping her. That man was Moshe Katzav - the President of Israel. This was the beginning of the most shocking and gripping affair Israel has ever seen - the 'First Citizen' is accused of being a serial rapist.
An encounter between the mythological Israeli actress Aliza Rosen and a young film director.
A virtual encounter between two girls, Jewish and Arab, leads to a surprising, exciting, and stressful experience.
Do you believe in Love?
Her body is paralyzed and she doesn’t believe in love, but Tova, the Matchmaker, tirelessly strives to find love for everybody else.
Before the Revolution
The untold story of the Israeli Paradise in Iran.
Life In Stills
An exciting, funny and touching journey to save the legendary “Photo House”.
The Queen Has No Crown
A poignant meditation on family, loss, and the mental maps of homelessness.
End of The Story
"The End" follows three divorce stories, each at a different stage of the process.
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.
Samaritan community against one family
Bridge Over the Wadi
First year in the Jewish-Arab school
Filipino workers in TLV perform as drag queens
It Kinda Scares Me
A gritty, funny documentary about a drama coach and the "delinquent" boys he teaches.
Sayed Kashua - Forever Scared
An Israeli-Arab author through the upheavals and event that change his life.
Lady Kul el-Arab
Angelina, the first Druze woman to attempt significant steps in the fashion world.
A portrait of a vital widower who finds a physical practice that sustains him, and community in the rhythms and movement of flamenco.
portrays the exciting journey of two youth groups from the south of Israel making their first steps in the music industry
Stalags - Holocaust and Pornography in Israel
The story of the Stalags, pocket books whose plots revealed lusty female SS officers sexually abusing camp prisoners.
Aviv (Fucked Up Generation)
Aviv Geffen, the grandson of legendary Moshe Dayan and number one Israeli rockist, is rapidly becoming a mythic figure himself.
Black Over White
Idan Raichel project go to Ethiopia
A surprising and touching documentary adventure that touches upon profound issues of belonging, bereavement and relationships.
Israeli plastic surgery industry
Hiding mom's secret
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.
Press: Jerusalem Post: A Focused Artist: Barak Heymann
Screening of Do you believe in Love? at Melbourne Brain Centre, 30 Royal Parade, Parkville, VIC 3052, Australia during the Other Film Festival, Australia 2014
Other Film Festival, Australia 2014