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National Board Of Review Award for Best Foreign Language film goes to Foxtrot.

Another great honor to the film that eralier this year received the Grand Jury  - Silver lion award at the Venice Film Festival.

Congratulations to Director/Scriptwritter Samuel Maoz, producers, actors and crew.

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Maktub 

Over 400,000 viewers in Israel since the film’s theatrical release on October 4th.

Steve and Chuma are a pair of protection collectors in the organized crime syndicate of Kaslasi in Jerusalem. After a distressing event in which they almost die they seek away to change their ways And start fulfilling the wishes of those who leave notes at the Wailing Wall.


Maktub (fate or destiny in Hebrew), appears to be one of the biggest gross incoming Israeli films of the last few years. The film received the Israel Film Fund support in the comedy and Genre support scheme.

Hanan Savion ad Guy Amir, the film’s scriptwriters and lead actors are acclaimed writers and TV creators in Israel and stand behind Israeli Tv Hit “Asfur”.


“Maktub” was written and is based on the belief that good is present in all of us and everyone in this world deserves a second chance. It’s about the light at the end of the tunnel, about hope, faith and connection to our spirit which give us the possibility to overpower  evil” write Savion and Amir.

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National Board Of Review Award for Best Foreign Language film goes to Foxtrot.

Another great honor to the film that eralier this year received the Grand Jury  - Silver lion award at the Venice Film Festival.

Congratulations to Director/Scriptwritter Samuel Maoz, producers, actors and crew.

***

Maktub 

Over 400,000 viewers in Israel since the film’s theatrical release on October 4th.

Steve and Chuma are a pair of protection collectors in the organized crime syndicate of Kaslasi in Jerusalem. After a distressing event in which they almost die they seek away to change their ways And start fulfilling the wishes of those who leave notes at the Wailing Wall.


Maktub (fate or destiny in Hebrew), appears to be one of the biggest gross incoming Israeli films of the last few years. The film received the Israel Film Fund support in the comedy and Genre support scheme.

Hanan Savion ad Guy Amir, the film’s scriptwriters and lead actors are acclaimed writers and TV creators in Israel and stand behind Israeli Tv Hit “Asfur”.


“Maktub” was written and is based on the belief that good is present in all of us and everyone in this world deserves a second chance. It’s about the light at the end of the tunnel, about hope, faith and connection to our spirit which give us the possibility to overpower  evil” write Savion and Amir.

Scaffolding

"Scaffolding" Matan Yairs' debut film, premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, ACID Program. Theatrical release in Israel on Nov 9, 2017.