The Death Of Cinema And My Father Too

Cannes 2020
Official Selection
Ofir Awards 2021
9 nominations
Jury Prize
London Film Week 2020
Best Screenplay
London Film Week 2020
Jerusalem IFF 2020
Best Film
Best Editing
Best Score
Best Actor Special Mention

The Death Of Cinema And My Father Too

A Film by Dani Rosenberg

2020 - Israel - Comedy/Drama - 1.85 - 103 min.

with Marek Rozenbaum , Natan Rosenberg & Noa Koler

Language: Hebrew
Produced by Stav Meron

When Yoel hears about an imminent Iranian military attack on Tel Aviv, he knows what to do - escape with his family to a safe haven in Jerusalem. His son Assaf, who is a filmmaker and about to become a father himself, wants to give Yoel one last lead role in his movie by melting the fictional world into bittersweet reality.

Cannes 2020
Official Selection
Ofir Awards 2021
9 nominations
Jury Prize
London Film Week 2020
Best Screenplay
London Film Week 2020
Jerusalem IFF 2020
Best Film
Best Editing
Best Score
Best Actor Special Mention

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