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    Animation, Sci-fi Comedy. A robot goes into an ice cream parlor and has a hard time dealing with all the decisions he needs to make. Produced at Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design. Festival Programs: Fortune telling Program, Fantastic animation program, also presenting prior to the film “Final Voyage“.
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    Shhh

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    Horror Comedy. Most importantly – do not wake up the baby, who just fell asleep, things might go unimaginably wrong. The film was presented at over sixty film festivals around the world. Festival Programs: Competitive Program, Starry Eyed Program, also presenting prior to the film “Host”.
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    Premium Service

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    Drama, Revenge, Science Fiction. He wakes up in the dark to be tortured by HER, until he’ll admit he assaulted. Festival Programs: Competitive Program, “Future Telling” Program
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    Yellow Outpost

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    A young soldier stands on guard at the gate of a forgotten base in the remote desert. The heat, thirst, loneliness and the delusions the come with them, gather together for a long sweltering afternoon of surreal survival. Produced at the Jerusalem Sam Spiegel Film School Festival Program: Trippin Program  
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    Indian Summer, Boris!

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    Surrealist Horror Comedy. After separating from his wife, Boris has a night of surrealist and intensely emotional experiences. Festival Programs: Competitive Program, Trippin’ Program.
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    Parpar

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    Fantastic Animation. The charismatic leader of a ‘hood gang tells his posse about a fight he had last night, revealing his true character, but only in the fantastic dimension of animation. Produced at Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design Festival Programs: Fantastic Animation Program, also presenting prior to the film “Blue My Mind“.
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    Sand Business

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    Two criminals are given a very simple task, deliver a heavy suitcase, in this surreal crime comedy. Produced at the Steve Tisch School of Film and Television, the Tel-Aviv University. Festival Programs: Competitive Program, (S)Laughter is the Best Medicine Program, also presenting prior to the film “Palm Springs“.  
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    Story City

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    Experimental, Mystery. Free interpretation of Daniel’s Final Vision depicting the reign of a mysterious beast – which the film depicts as a hybrid and multi-layered creature. Festival Program: Future Telling Program
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    St. Honoré

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    Horror Comedy. A bourgeois dinner with friends gives rise to some of its participants’ suppressed emotions, as they completely lose control. Festival Programs: Competitive Program, Starry Eyed Program, also presenting prior to the films “The Antenna” and “The VelociPastor“.
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    Meant to Be

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    Fantastic Drama. During a picnic with her boyfriend, Maya finds a ring hidden in his backpack. Unable to contend, she flees into the forest. Produced at the Jerusalem Sam Spiegel Film School. Festival Program: Starry Eyed Program
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    The Driver

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    Experimental Animation. In a desolate world a train is rushing ahead to an unknown destination. Festival Programs: Fantastic Animation Program, also presenting prior to the film “Chanthaly“.
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    The Immersion

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    A surreal journey of a woman in a strange and foreign place, the Mikveh. Produced at HIT, the Holon Institute of Technology Festival Programs: Trippin’ Program, Fantastic Animation program, also presenting prior to the film “Darkness“.
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    This is Only Getting Worse

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    A pregnant woman embarks on an apocalyptic journey as a mysterious crack raptures Jerusalem’s ground. Produced at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design Festival Programs: Competitive Program, Future Telling Program, also presenting prior to the film “The Man Who Killed Hitler, and Then the Bigfoot“.
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    Pest Control on Golomb Street

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    Supernatural. An exterminator finds himself moving between past and the present, spirit and matter. Produced at The Steve Tisch School of Film and Television, the Tel-Aviv University. Festival Program: Trippin’
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    The Moscow Scholar

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    A festive gathering around a dinner table, including a failed opera singer, her fiancé and their families, turns into to a lethal dark comedy. Produced at the Jerusalem Sam Spiegel Film School. Festival Programs: (S)Laughter is the Best Medicine Program, also presenting prior to the film “I Trapped the Devil“.
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    Dam HaMaccabim

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    Yael returns to the kibbutz where she grew up, expecting to find a safe space. Turns out a lethal gas leak poisoned the residents and turned them into… Produced at Seminar Hakibutzim Festival Program: (S)Laughter is the Best Medicine Program.
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    Full Mouth

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    Horror Comedy. A young woman deals with gluttony, as reality mixes with imagination. Produced at HIT, the Holon Institute of Technology Festival Programs: Trippin’ Program, also presenting prior to the film “Swallow“
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    Smart Home

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    Fantastic realism. When a young artsy soldier’s home is invaded by his colonel boss, self-proclaimed poet and art collector, he must come up with a master plan to reunite his family against the intruder. Produced at Minshar School of Art with the support of the Gesher Multicultural Film Fund. Festival Program: Trippin’
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    Parallel Worlds

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    Science Fiction. A couple goes hiking into a forest, expecting to witness an extremely rare meteor shower. As they have a conversation about their relationship, the forest around them deforms and become more and more alien, getting them separated. Festival Program: Starry Eyed Program
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    While We Stayed Home

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    Fantastic Horror comedy. Boy meets girl during the global pandemic, at the height of lockdown. Flirting becomes complicated with masks on, especially when both hide a secret underneath. Festival Programs: Competitive Program, (S)Laughter is the Best Medicine Program, also presenting prior to the films “Butt Boy” and “My Heart Can’t Beat Unless You Tell It […]
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    Bordo

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    Horror thriller. Worried by his wife’s behavior, a man tries to reveal if she is aware of his secret life. Produced at Minshar School of Arts, supported by The Yehoshua Rabinovich Foundation for the Arts and by the Israeli Ministry of Culture. Festival Program: Starry Eyed Program
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    On the Way Home

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    A father and daughter in a surreal journey through Israeli landscapes. Produced at the Hadassah Academic College Festival Program: Fantastic Animation Program
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    Me Inside

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    Kaya pursues a serial killer online; she reaches the darknet to find more information about him and finds a horror game that complicates and endangers her life. Produced at Sapir college and supported by the Galil Film Fund Festival Program: Future Telling Program
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    Antideafobia

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    Horror, fantasy. When a mysterious duck hunted Sally, she decides to confront him in order to overcome her anxieties. Festival Program: Starry Eyed Program
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    Alex & Nadia Forever

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    Magic realism, mystery. Drenched in guilt and longing for his late lover Nadia, Alex begins to adopt her identity, one step at a time. Produced at the Sapir college, supported by the Israeli New Fund for Cinema and Television NFCT. Festival Program: Starry Eyed Program
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    Necro-Men

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    Horror Comedy. Con-artist Duo, a Jewish and a Muslim, performs (false) exorcisms comes across a real Dybbuk that confronts them with their private sins. Produced at Minshar School of Art, supported by the Israeli New Fund for Cinema and Television NFCT. Festival Programs: Competitive Program, (S)Laughter is the Best Medicine Program.
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    6480 Days

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    Science Fiction. 18 years into the future, following the onslaught of a virus worldwide, a Hong Kong citizen reflects on life in the world before he was born. Festival Programs: Future Telling Program, also presenting prior to the films: “Lapsis“, “Aniara“, “Come True” and “The Long Walk“.
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    6:6

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    A Backgammon game leads into a storm of emotions that blurs the definition between reality and imagination. Produced with the support of the Gesher Multicultural Film Fund Festival Programs: Fantastic Animation Program, also presenting prior to the films: “Starfish“, “Dearest Sister“, “A Mermaid in Paris“.
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