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Videodance – student projects

A collection of video dance films. The video dance film genre brings together two artistic disciplines that are significantly worlds apart – cinema and dance. The encounter between the two is not straightforward. The dancer’s movement is not a realistic depiction of an image in process and the standard narrative molds of cinema simply do not work. Shape wishes to befit the abstract content and the result is a fresh and different artistic endeavor.

Hosted by Miki Cohen

The films were made by the students of the Department of Film and Television at the Sapir College during a video dance workshop, in collaboration with the workshop dancers of Asher regional council in Geaton.

Sunday / 30.5 / 19:00 / Theater 2

 

Social cinema – screening of year end films

For six years, the social cinema project has focused on educational, cinematic and social activities in Sderot, Shaar Hanegev and the South on the whole. A unique group of youths who perform one year of civil duty service and film students from Sapir College, teach and manage a wide range of educational programs for film and video in the framework of the project. As we do every year, we will gather to view the year end films made by the diverse groups that were active and creative this year.
The project is in collaboration with Voices in the Negev, the Dean’s Unit for Social Involvement, the Volunteer Association and with the support of Bank Hapoalim (Sderot).

Hosted by Omer Ben Yaacov

Monday / 31.5 / 13:00 / The Center for Stage Arts

 

The Sapir Foundation annual pitching competition to promote innovative TV formats at Sapir College

Pitching innovative TV formats and made for TV drama and documentary series that were developed by the students of the Film and Television department at Sapir College is the only event of its kind in the country. Select students will pitch their suggestions for projects and TV formats to a panel of industry professionals. The promising projects will be awarded mentoring and expert guidance by Channel 2 concessionaire “Keshet” and development grants with which to produce the pilot. The development grants of NIS 35,000 will be granted by a foundation that was created by Sapir College in view of promoting and encouraging the students’ TV projects and exposure thereof.

Hosted by: Anat Sella Inbar

Monday / 31.5 / 17:00 / The Center for Stage Arts

 

Relax Sderot

Interdisciplinary art event by the Department of Art, Society and Culture curatorship class at Sapir College.  The event will include video screenings, art installations, displays and appearances by local bands.
Project Curators: Curatorship class at the Department of Art, Society and Culture

Project Moderator: Curator Maayan Amir

Monday / 31.5 / 19:00 / Sderot City Marketplace

 

A Future in Friendship – Israeli-German film project

In the framework of a joint film project of the Department of Film and Television at the Sapir College and the Konard Wolf Film and TV Academy (HFF) in Potsdam, 16 students from Germany and Israel met during the fall of 2009. During the project nine short films were produced that were made by Israeli and German students and that deal with a view of the mutual Israeli and German future. The project was supported by the “German-Israel Future Forum Foundation”. The films will be screened for the first time in Israel during this event.

The works that will be screened: Completion Directed by: Adiel Cohen and Roman Malakh , Like Austria Directed by: Sönke Kirchhof, Listen! Directed by: Jonas Schmager and David Hartmann, Thin Ice Directed by: Yonatan Haimovich, Turning Point Directed by: Moritz Richard Schmidt, Tangled Up Directed by: Kristine Papendick, To Be Directed by: Ofir Raul Graizer, Leviathan’s Belly Ache Directed by: Malte Stein, Peeping Wall Directed by Rotem Azulay

With project moderators from Israel and Germany.

Hosted by Ruth Eitan

Tuesday / 1.6 / 20:00 / Theater 2

 

A Southern Minute – Very short films with a Southern theme

A collection of short films that focus on the “South” and its impact on our lives, by students of the “short film” course, hosted by Dr. Daphna Sering and Mr. Shlomo Vazana.

A discussion will follow the screening and awards will be granted for selected films.

A Southern Minute awards are granted courtesy of “The Third Ear” and Cinematheque Sderot.

Wednesday / 2.6 / 10:00 / Theater 2


 

Cinematic Poetry

An encounter with a cinematic language that is similar in essence to poetry. The workshop will reveal the films that were created throughout the year, short 8mm movies, with only 3 minutes of raw material and no sound. Also, several cinematic poetic perceptions will be presented by Natalia Almada, a Mexican film director, while screening her most recent film “Threshold Songs”, a 10 minute cinematic poem.

With: Amram Yaacovi and Natalia Almada
Hosted by Erez Perry

Wednesday / 2.6 / 13:00 / The Center for Stage Arts


 

Pitching for Young Filmmakers – Competition and Awards Ceremony

The purpose of the workshop is to provide an opportunity to filmmakers just starting out. To experience the process of presenting a film to funds, broadcast authorities and leading producers and assist them with getting to know industry representatives. Participating filmmakers are students from diverse film schools in Israel who are about to make their first year end film.

A joint project of the Gesher Multicultural Film Fund, the Rabinovich Foundation – Cinema Project, Forum of Documentary Filmmakers, The Second Authority for Television and Radio and Cinema South Festival
Initiated and produced by Osnat Trabelsi

Thursday / 3.6 / 11:00 / The Center for Stage Arts

 
עיצוב האתר: אולגה גולצר