NATI BARATZ
Writer/ Director / Producer

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ILIL ALEXANDER
Producer / Co-writer

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ARIK BERNSTEIN
Producer
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NATI BARATZ
Nati Baratz was born in Jerusalem, Israel. He has been working as a freelance director and producer since graduating from the Film School at Tel-Aviv University in 2000. His most notable films include TEL AVIV-KYRGYZSTAN (2001) and NOCHES (2004). Both documentaries were broadcast on TV in Israel.
ILIL ALEXANDER
Israeli Academy award-winning documentary filmmaker Ilil Alexander has been working as a freelance director, writer and producer since graduating from Tel-Aviv University’s Film School with Honors and MFA degree seven years ago.

Her documentary film ORTHODYKES (released in Canada as: KEEP NOT SILENT) won the Israeli Academy Award for Best Documentary in 2004, as well as 9 international awards and a nomination for the UK’s Grierson Award for Best Foreign TV film 2004 and was shown on various TV channels around the world, including BBC, SUNDANCE, CBC Canada, CBS Australia, the Polish and Danish TV and others.

Alexander was the Co-Director and Co-Producer of the Tel Aviv International Student Film Festival 2000, the Director of the Los Angeles - Tel-Aviv Producers Workshop 2001 and has been teaching development and script workshops in Nazereth for Arab-Palestinian filmmakers for Channel 2.

From 2001 to Jan. 2005 she was a Board Member of AIDF (Association of the Israeli Documentary Filmmakers) fighting for promoting original Israeli creation on the Israeli TV and for setting regulations for the Israeli Public Broadcasting Authority.

Alexander has been teaching cinematic language, directing and documentary studies in various places including Tel Aviv University as part of her M.F.A. cinema studies and as a freelance lecturer in H.I.T, the Academic Holon institute for Technology. She has been tutoring a group of young Arab filmmakers in Nazareth whose films are being produced by Channel 2 Authority of Television.
ARIK BERNSTEIN
Arik Bernstein has been a leading force in the Israeli film industry for the past 15 years. He has initiated and overseen numerous productions: documentaries, documentary series and drama series, most of which as international co-productions. These films and programs have been screened in major film and television festivals worldwide, and were awarded many Israeli and international prizes. To name a few, HOT HOUSE, winner of Special Jury Award at Sundance 2007; MOMENTS, ISRAEL 2002 and ISRAEL, 2003 – I HAVE A DREAM, screened at Sundance, Miami, SilverDocs, Human Rights Watch and Tribeca; and YASMIN, winner of first prize at Jerusalem Film Festival.

In addition to UNMISTAKEN CHILD, Bernstein’s producing credits also include SIX DAYS IN JUNE; MATZPEN – ANTI-ZIONIST ISRAELIS; 5250; YITZHAK RABIN – AN UNCLOSED CASE; THE LAST WITNESS; THE BLUE LAMB; THE HISTORY OF ISRAELI AND JEWISH HUMOR"(10 episodes); and END OF THE ORANGE SEASON.

His recent projects include THE BOIDEM; and GAZA-SDEROT, a coproduction with Ramattan Studios & BoTravail! & Trabelsi Productions Ltd. and in collaboration with ARTE France, which is presented as a daily cross-platform documentary series (2 stories, 2 minutes each) on internet and TV. In October 2008, GAZA-SDEROT won the Prix Europa Exploration Award in Berlin for its exceptionally creative way to reflect both sides of the story of Palestine and Israel.




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