As well as the US, Mor Loushy’s documentary has also sold to a raft of territories including Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

Dogwoof has sold Mor Loushy’s Censored Voices to Music Box for the US. A theatrical release is planned for autumn this year.

The documentary, about a group of kibbutzinks whose recordings of intimate conversations with soldiers returning from the 1967 Six-Day war were censored by the Israeli army, has also sold to Canada (Blue Ice Docs); Australia and New Zealand (JIFF); France (Films Distribution); Poland (Against Gravity); Former Yugoslavia (Restart), Italy (Feltrinelli) and Germany (RealFiction).

Dogwoof will distribute in the UK.

All deals were brokered by Ana Vicente, head of theatrical sales for Dogwoof.

Censored Voices world premiered at Sundance and was selected for Panorama in Berlin. It made its Israeli premiere last weekend at the DocAviv festival.