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  • Great review of "Forever Pure" by Maya Zinshtein in The Hollywood Reporter!

    "TERRIFIC", "One hell of a documentary" - just a few hours before the third screening at the ZURICH FILM FESTIVAL, we are getting another amazing review, this time by The Hollywood Reporter!!

    Posted By The New Fund for Cinema and Television- NFCT

    17 hours ago

  • Congratulations to two NFCT-supported films for winning awards at the 2016 Israeli Academy Awards - "Presenting Princess Shaw" - Best Feature Length Documentary Award; "Death in the Terminal" - Best Documentary Award (up to 60 min.) Presenting Princess Shaw Liran Atzmor Ido Haar

    Posted By The New Fund for Cinema and Television- NFCT

    September 25 at 09:05 am

  • Posted By The New Fund for Cinema and Television- NFCT

    September 22 at 08:33 am

  • Check out this great review of Maya Zinshtein's "Forever Pure" in Variety Magazine: Maya Zinshtein Forever Pure

    Maya Zinshtein, a Russian-born investigative journalist, smartly places her shocking portrait of a team and its fans in a broader socio-political context, allowing it to surpass its token subject m…

    Posted By The New Fund for Cinema and Television- NFCT

    September 18 at 11:27 am

  • We are pleased to announce that "Vita Activa - the Spirit of Hannah Arendt" by Ada Ushpiz has been selected to the 20th edition of the Jihlava International Film Festival in the Czech Republic, which will take place in late October. The film will be screened in the framework of the Special Event category. Special Event is a selection of films that capture the current state of the world from various angles; as much as it may seem that there is no common thread running through them, within the context of Czech and international documentary filmmaking these are works that, for many different reasons, cannot be overlooked. Congratulations! http://nfct.org.il/en/movies/vita-activa-the-spirit-of-hannah-arendt/ Vita Activa: The Spirit of Hannah Arendt

    A personal spiritual biography of the Jewish philosopher, Hannah Arendt, who coined the controversial phrase “The Banality of Evil,” in her book Eichmann in Jerusalem. The movie tracks the connections between her life story and her thinking, through rare archival footage demonstrating the Banality o...

    Posted By The New Fund for Cinema and Television- NFCT

    September 18 at 09:20 am