Besides his work as a filmmaker, Doron Eran initiated and published the “Good News” magazine – focused on the positive sides of society, science and the arts. As a writer, he has published the novel “Loneliness Behind the Camera” (1999) and the acclaimed academic book “Being A Producer” (2002) for the Cinema and Television Departments of Israeli universities and colleges.
Over the years, Eran has ventured through many productions and initiatives, receiving professional recognition.
Awards & Festivals
Excellence Award from the International Forum of New Cinema, Calcutta (2002).
A special tribute award for entrepreneurship in Israeli Film
and Television by the Israeli Society for Commerce and Industry.
Founder and director of the Ashdod International Film Festival over two consecutive years.
The 2008 Kolkata Film Festival conducted a retrospective of Doron Eran’s work entitled “Celluloid Pearls”.
The 2009 Pune International Film Festival held a retrospective of Doron Eran’s work showcasing 7 of his films.
The Sofia Film Festival and TLV Fest has chosen Doron Eran to be on Thier panel of esteemed, international jury.
A special award given by the Israeli Communication & Press Association, in recognition of his work in the production of socially oriented cinema, promoting current cultural and social issues (2010)