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The Day After I’m Gone & “Chained” selected for the 69th Berlin Film Fest Panorama Program

The two films were supported by the Israel Film Fund.

The Day after I’m Gone  directed by Nimrod Eldar follows  A middle aged single father as he copes with his teenage daughter's wish to end her life. This is Eldar’s debut film. Produced by Spiro Films.

“Chained” is the second film in Yaron Shani’s Love Trilogy. The private life of a Policeman, Rashi, is thrown out of balance as he loses authority in his job.

“Stripped” the first film in the Love Trilogy premiered in the Orizzonti  Venice Film Festival program.

Produced by Black Sheep Productions. “Chained” is an Israel-Germany coproduction.

The 2019 Berlin film festival will run from Feb. 7th to the 17th. 


Katriel Schory Executive-Director of the Israel Film Fund Steps Down

Katriel Schory, Executive-Director of the Israel Film Fund will step down from his position by the end of this year after 20 years. He notified the Fund's board of directors early November. During the time Schory has been Executive-Director of the Israel Film Fund more than 300 full-length feature films were approved for production. Schory said that he is stepping down with a sense of accomplishment due to having managed to contribute in a variety of actions to the successful journey Israeli Cinema has taken during his time. He said that among others he is proud of the fact that he managed to promote young and new filmmakers; to green light films that express Israel's cultural diversity; and to have regained Israeli audience trust in Israeli films.