Short Films Program - The Sam Spiegel Film & Tv School

Short Films Program - The Sam Spiegel Film & Tv School

ANTHEM (Elad Keidan – Israele, 2008, 36’)

DIPLOMA (Yaelle Kayam – Israele, 2009, 22’)

TOLYA (Rodeon Brodsky – Israele, 2006, 10’)

THE SUBSTITUTE (Talia Lavie – Israele, 2005, 19’)

BEDUIN SAND (Omri Levy – Israele, 1997,18’)

Alla presenza del direttore della scuola Renen Schorr

Throughout its 20 years, The Sam Spiegel Film & Television School has constantly strived to bring the most authentic voices of young Israeli filmmakers to international audiences.
The Sam Spiegel Film and Television School was established by the Israeli Ministry of Education and the Jerusalem Foundation. It pursues a story-centered approach to filmmaking, concentrating on the short film as a legitimate film genre. The school’s approach to film and
television making is considered very unique and innovative as the school’s teaching method isfounded on a triangular structure: Filmmaking, Creative Writing and the Entrepreneur Producer’s program.
With uncompromising standards of excellence, the Sam Spiegel School is forging new directions in the Israeli film industry while gaining worldwide recognition for the outstanding achievements of its students. It has been playing a key role in the Israeli film renaissance of the last decade, by virtue of its distinctive focus on a personal and sensitive dialogue with the audience.
Over the years, Sam Spiegel has won the Best Film School award 15 times at various student film festivals. In 1996, it became the first school ever selected for a retrospective by the Museum of Modern Art in New York. To date, the school’s films have been shown at 140 retrospectives in 50 countries. Some of the largest film festivals in the world – including Berlin, Rotterdam, Clermont-Ferrand, Hong Kong, Valladolid and the Hamptons – have honored the school with tributes. The school’s student films represent Israel at over 130 international festivals each year and have won over 260 international awards, including top prize in the Cinéfondation sidebar of the 2008 Cannes Film Festival. Three hundred graduates, an average of 70% of the total alumni, hold leading positions in Israel’s film and television industry.

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