Israel Tag Archive

Animation

Moving Pictures

Nadav Nachmany and Dror Shpatz set 2D and 3D realities duelling for dominance in this charmingly dark tale of prescription drug dependency.

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Animation, Music, Podcasts

DN224: BEAT – Or Bar-El

DN chats to Or Bar-El about the marriage of drums and animation and the great results you can achieve once you’re willing to jump off the creative cliff.

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Animation

Howl

Sharon Michaeli & Natalie Bettelheim's Howl is a beautifully tender tale of a mother struggling to control her animalistic child.

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Live Action, Music

Monti Fiori: Bella

Much in the same vein as the Cults Go Outside promo we posted last month, director Ben Giladi transported members of Monti Fiori into a selection of 60s &

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Animation, Asides

Man & Beast

As a man’s horse dies, he finds a replacement in a giant, naked beast of a man, in Yishay Shemesh’s Bezalel Academy final project 'Man & Beast'.

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Animation

The Outsiders

Director Maksim Razumnikov warns us that The Outsiders are the only ones who ‘know what hides behind the fluppy colorfull creatures. Nothing will stand

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Animation, Asides

The Sleischers

In their own words 'The Sleischers' is a "Short wacky animated trash film by Tim Razumovsky & Eyal Oren", and it's disturbingly wonderful!

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Live Action

The Messenger

The adage is such a part of the fabric of filmmaking these days, that it’s hard to know if Akira Kurosawa originated or articulately restated it when he

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Live Action, Podcasts

DN193: Partying Apart – Asaf Asulin

In his short drama Partying Apart, director Asaf Asulin tackles the issues of loneliness, dreams and those fleeting moments of connection rarely seized in real

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Animation, Podcasts

DN013: Mr CityMen – Eric Lerner

Still on the road so no gentle segue into the interview I’m afraid. Today I’m talking to director Eric Lerner, who has masterfully melded live

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