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FILM INFO

Country of origin: Israel
Year of origin: 2021
Duration: 00:00
Age Restriction: 16+

AUTHOR / STUDIO / INSTITUTION

Name/Title: Osi Wald, Noa Berman-Herzberg

CREATIVE TEAM

Director: Osi Wald, Noa Berman-Herzberg
Script: Noa Berman-Herzberg
Animation: Osi Wald, Ella Ben-Yacov, Yair Harel, Liron Narunsky
Music: Daniela Spector, Einav Jackson
Sound: Ori Kadishay
Editing: Osi Wald
Producer: Osi Wald

GENRES

Drama, Documentary


TECHNIQUES

2D Computer

Holy Holocaust

 
T-Short
T-Short
15

SYNOPSIS

⁣A dark family secret from the past is revealed unexpectedly and opens an abyss between two close friends: Jennifer, a German, discovers that she is the black granddaughter of a Notorious Nazi commander, and her life is turned upside down, while Noa, an Israeli, is doing whatever she can to prevent her life from turning around.

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ABOUT DIRECTOR

Osi Wald is an animation artist and Lecturer in Bezalel Academy. In her work, she explores the connections between dance and animation and alternative creative processes - collaborating with choreographers and other animators in creating live shows, installations and video dance.
Osi was a key member of the animation team of "Waltz With Bashir" and "The Congress" by Ari Folman.
Graduate of Bezalel Academy, Animation department, and of the Hebrew University Jerusalem, Physic &Math department.

Noa Berman-Herzberg is a screenwriter&film creator, a Lecturer in Bezalel Academy of Art, a "script doctor" and a "serial pickler" who hosts “sour food sour stories” events that combines storytelling and culinary that is now being adapted into a documentary series. She is a graduate of World Literature in Tel-Aviv University, Screenwriting in Camera Obscura School of Art and a Master degree in cinema & Culture, Haifa University. Among her works are MABUL (87 min), in collaboration with director Guy Nattiv, winner of a special mention, Berlin Film Festival, 2011 and the short MABUL (27 min.) directed by Guy Nattiv, winner of the crystal bear in Berlin Film Festival 2002.

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