Israeli Shorts D – Experimental & Queer

Tuesday, June 11, 2019, 16:00 Cinematheque 1
Tickets are available at 03-6060800 ext. 9
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Duration: 65 minutes

Waiting for Pino
Dir: Noah Valentyn
Israel, 2018, 16min, No dialogue

A black & white surrealist film taking us into the extraordinary, fantastic world of Pino during the final days of a relationship.
(the film was shot entirely on an iPhone in the streets of NYC).
(Outside competition)

Kabbalat Shabbat
Dir: Naama Hacohen & Benjamin Esterlis
Israel, 2018, 12min, Hebrew with English subtitles

A religious woman discovers her true sexuality at the cost of it colliding with her traditional lifestyle.

Birthing
Dir: Michael Ben Abu
Israel, 2018, 3min, No dialogue

The film Birthing is a quiet, non-verbal scream: ME TOO, creating dissociation and purification from all the hurt and the harm in and on the artist’s own body from which they are so alienated.

Pink White Green Purple
Dir: Shiri Rosen
Israel, 2018, 17min, Hebrew, German, English with English subtitles

A Dadaist cinematic piece – Generation Y’s take on filmmaking. What happens when a contemporary artist tries to make a film, in a world where this generation is seemingly interested in nothing other than branding themselves on Instagram and Facebook?

One Man Show
Dir: Esti Belisha
Israel, 2018, 9min, Hebrew with English subtitle
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Estee, 26, lost her father 20 years ago but only four years ago did she begin to experience genuine grief. With her one-woman show, she attempts to bring his character back to life.

Ibex Man
Director: Niv Fridman
Israel, 2019, 5min, Hebrew with English subtitles

A short film about love, death, and chips. It is also a story of two men who love ibex even more than they do each other.