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This exciting documentary tells the story of Jacob Damkani, one of most well-known Messianic Jewish figures in the world. WorldFest- Houston 2016- Silver Remi Award Inspired Faith Film Festival, Atlanta 2016 Christian Movie Festival, Germany 2016 Great Lakes Christian Film Festival, Buffalo 2016 CMM Christian Film Festival 2016
"Juliano" tells the true story of an Israeli Jewish-Palestinian actor and political activist Juliano Mer-Khamis, who was murdered in cold blood when leaving the Freedom Theater which he founded, in the West Bank...
My Name is Shakespeare
The rehabilitation process of narcotic prisoners in the special section in the Hasharon prison.
Laughing. Living. Loving.
A documentary following the spiritual voyage taken by Israelis in their visit at the Osho's Ashram in Puna, India
Spirit of Italy
A gastronomical journey through the magical region of Tuscany, Italy. Led by Israeli filmmaker Arnon Zadok, a group of gourmet lovers seek the origins of Parmesan, the secret pasta making techniques of the Italian mama's and the hidden paths of the Chianti vines.
Love in Purple
A holistic festival that takes place once a year in Israel. What started in 1993 as private party of a married couple and their friends, becomes a huge festival for over 25,000 people. People of all ages join together in a celebration of spirits - practicing together yoga and meditation, dancing and keeping their spirits high day and night.
A docu-drama reenacting an impressive joint operation in which the dead body of a young Israeli from the USA to Israel, using his organs to save the lives of five other people. Through dramatic scenes and the participation of those who enabled this tremendous feat, this incredible task unfolds as the countdown of the donor's vital signs goes on.
We’re Still Alive
The film documents a unique seminar, unlike any other in the world, where bereaved parents who have donated their deceased childrens' organs to help other sick children, deal with giving this "gift" of life to others. It's a story about a new kind of living, commemorating the importance of life and getting a second chance at it.
“Casit” Not Just a Café
For over three decades, the small café on Dizengoff Street in Tel-Aviv was the beating heart of the Israeli bohemian scene. Generations of poets, actors, singers and entertainers lived and died over Chetzkel's famous matzo ball soup – managers, directors, men and women whose names have become legends. Café Casit was not just a place to break bread, it was a home...
This is not just the amazing story of Menahem Golan, the legend of Israeli cinema who conquered the industry, not just the tale of the hundreds of films he produced, nor of his role in Israeli entertainment history – this is a story of unconditional love and obsession of the creation of motion pictures.
Mr. Joseph’s Empire
Joseph Joanovici arrived in Paris in 1927 after both his parents were murdered in the pogrom in Kishinev. Not knowing a word of French, he arrived in the City of Lights with just the clothes on his back. Against all odds, by the time the Germans had invaded France in 1940, Joanovici had become the one of the wealthiest men in the country...
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