Mor Loushy’s documentary will make its world premiere at Sundance.
Dogwoof has acquired worldwide rights for Censored Voices.
Mor Loushy’s documentary reveals the original recordings made by a group of young kibbutzinks with soldiers returning from the battlefield after the ‘Six-Day’ war in 1967. The recordings were originally censored by the Israeli army.
The deal was negotiated by Vesna Cudic from Dogwoof with the film-makers. It marks the second time that Dogwoof has teamed up with kNow Productions and Impact Partners following Web Junkie.
This is the second time Dogwoof has teamed up with kNow Productions and Impact Partners following last year’s deal for Web Junkie, which premiered in Sundance 2014.
Daniel Sivan, Hilla Medalia and Neta Zwebner produced the film which was co-produced by Melanie Andernach, and was executive produced by Dan Cogan, Guy Lavie, Dagmar Mielke, Nick Fraser, Morgan Spurlock, Jeremy Chilnick, and Ethan Goldman.
Censored Voices will make its world premiere at Sundance 2015.
Medalia commented: “We are thrilled to be working again with the great team at Dogwoof. They did an amazing job with Web Junkie and we feel they are the best fit for Censored Voices.”
“Censored Voices is an explosive and deeply moving film. I admire the bravery of Israeli filmmakers to tell this urgent story, which their army tired to suppress,” added Cudic.