Read Screen International’s daily magazine from the 34th Jerusalem Film Festival here.
Film tells the story of Jewish painter Charlotte Salomon.
Ifat Tubi departs Israeli funding programme as initiative faces uncertain future.
Thirst and Last Days In Jerusalem director plots next project.
Company lines up Eran Kolirin [pictured], Yuval Adler and Itamar Alcalay.
EXCLUSIVE: Producer talks Lapid’s latest; further projects with Mendonça Filho, Verhoeven, Jaoui and Sachs.
Project is debut feature from the director of award-winning short April 4th 1968.
Dea Kulumbegashvili, Maya Dreifuss also scoop awards from Jerusalem lab.
Locarno’s Carlo Chatrian, Matthijs Wouter Knol of EFM and Cosima Finkbeiner of Beta Cinema discussed festival budgets and revenues.
Mike Goodridge, Karel Och and Bero Beyer discuss the importance of festivals and distribution initiatives.
Frederic Boyer (Tribeca), Mirsad Purivatra (Sarajevo), Anna Hoffmann (Berlinale Forum) discuss challenges on panel.
Screen reports from festival-focused industry initiative’s first edition.