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.

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

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.