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Feature Competition

The films in this category are nominated for the following awards:

Haggiag Competition for Israeli Full- Length Feature Films in Memory of Nissim Haggiag
Haggiag Award for Best Feature | Haggiag Award for Best Actor | Haggiag Award for Best Actress | Haggiag Award for Best Editing | Haggiag Award for Best Music
Van Leer Awards for Israeli Cinema
Van Leer Award for Best Cinematography
The Pirchi Award in Memory of Anat Pirchi
Anat Pirchi Award for Best First Film  | Anat Pirchi Award for Best Script
FIPRESCI Award for Best First Film
Audience Favorite Award
David is discharged from the army after serving 27 years. When a friend suggests working for a company that markets dietary supplements, David sees this as an opportunity to get his foot in the door of the business world. But this decision slowly gets him and his family entangled in the web of dark forces that rule life in Israel.
Harmonia is a biblical adaptation to the story of Sarah, Hagar, Abraham, Yitzhak and Ismail, from the book of Genesis. The melodramatic plot is set in the world of a philharmonic orchestra in present Jerusalem.
When a pair of estranged young sisters are reunited, they must come to terms with the circumstances that tore them apart: Lenny remained at their childhood home to take care of their debilitated father while Mira left for a new life in Tel Aviv. Love and affection bind the characters together and lead them to a fragile redemption.
When the Jewish week of mourning ends and his wife tries to return to her routine, a grieving father sets out on a journey he can't take with his son, but can with his son's medicinal weed and childhood friend
Ovadya Rachamim is a club bouncer .His biggest dream is to become a father
and he is ready to "kill" for it.
Film's Synopsis Four women whose lives are in turmoil encounter a mysterious stranger, Neta, whose honesty and vulnerability will help them reconnect with their dearest ones, their families.
Heading out to a stressful day at work, Mori, a devoted family man, is completely unaware of the tragic mistake he has just made. We Had a Forest touches on an unfathomable and horrifying human failing.
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Jerusalem Cinematheque

11 Hebron Rd.
Jerusalem, 91083
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Tickets  | *9377