The Steve Tisch School of Film & Television - Tel Aviv University was the first film school in Israel, and to this day, it is an iconic institution which has shaped generations of Israel’s leading figures in the Film and Television industry. For its 50th year anniversary the school will showcase a selection of internationally renowned short films by Tisch School students from the years of 2000 to 2020. Six films concerning different interpersonal relationships, the fight against hierarchies and for independence, their own needs and boundaries will be shown in attendance of some of the filmmakers.
Triggerwarning: ableism, antisemitism, body shaming, bullying, explicit depiction or mention of physical, emotional or sexual violence and rape, homo- and transphobia, holocaust, racism, suicide
Moderation: Dr. Ohad Landesman, representative of the Steve Tisch School of Film & Television and film scholar.
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This event is free of charge.
Dor Fadlon // Israel // 2010 // 14:00 min
Eva, an aspiring actress, plays in a violent scene. It is only on the cab ride home that she realizes that she is still tangled up in the story and that maybe it was just too much. Once reaching her apartment she tries to get on with her life but to no avail.