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Israeli Films 2021

Game Changers

Dir.: Noam Sobovitz
| 56 minutes

How did a football match between enemies become a turning point in history? 25 years after the Holocaust, against insurmountable emotional and political barriers and threats of terror, Israel national team and German Borussia Munchegladbach met in a match whose importance marked the beginning of the normalization between Israel and Germany. 

Rashbi’s Secret

Dir.: Shirly Chechik
| 73 minutes

Many of us are not familiar with the site of the tomb of Rabbi Shimon Bar-Yohai in Meiron, and do not understand the essence of the faith that causes hundreds of thousands of people to visit the tomb every year. Rashbi’s Secret presents a poetic and intimate reflection of this special place.

Speer Goes to Hollywood

Dir.: Vanessa Lapa
| 97 minutes

The implausible second career of Albert Speer: How did a man in charge of 12 million slaves become “the good Nazi”? A cautionary tale about his 1971 attempt to whitewash his past with a Hollywood adaptation of his memoir, "Inside the Third Reich.” 

Switch

Dir.: Gidon Dayan Forse
| 11 minutes

A newlywed Hassidic couple are on their way to a traditional wedding blessing celebration, when they discover that their car has stolen. A meeting at the insurance agency forces the couple to decide if they will lie or maintain marital harmony. Israeli Short Film Competition - Program 1

Vacant Space

Dir.: Shmueli Cohen
| 30 minutes

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a group of combat fighters gathers virtually for the annual Memorial Day ceremony. The casual conversation through the screens takes an unexpected turn, as the group recreates an incident in which their fellow unit member was killed. Israeli Short Film Competition - Program 1

We’ll Meet Again, Season 2

Dir.: Ori Gruder
| 45 minutes

The moving story of three ultra-Orthodox mothers who’ve lost touch with a close relative because that person has abandoned the religious way of life. They set out on a journey into a foreign and frightening world in an attempt to salvage the connection with their family members. 

Where Is Anne Frank | Hebrew Version

Dir.: Ari Folman
| 99 minutes
One year from today, Kitty, Anne Frank’s imaginary friend, the one to whom Anne devoted her entire diary, magically comes to life at the Anne Frank house in Amsterdam. She believes that if she’s alive, Anne must be alive as well. She sets out on a relentless quest to find Anne. For ages 10 and above.