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Phone: 03-5220909 (Ext 0)
Office Coordinator and Student Films Coordinator
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Managing Director of Greenhouse MENA and Greenhouse Women
Sigal Yehuda has been involved with Greenhouse since its inception in 2007 and is largely responsible for the evolution of the program into a prestigious and internationally recognized development initiative for fostering the talents of the most promising filmmakers in the region.
In 2010, together with the Greenhouse four international partners, Sigal initiated a development program for European and Mediterranean filmmakers to encourage the exploration of racism and human rights themes. At the same time, she led the planning process for the current program targeting cinema school graduates and emerging filmmakers in the Middle East and North Africa. In addition to coordinating responsibilities between many multinational organizations, Sigal also develops creative collaboration opportunities between different entities in Europe, North America and the Southern Mediterranean region, which is the avenue through which the filmmakers are able to achieve an international audience and financing for their projects. As of 2014, Sigal is also responsible for leading the NFCT’s new Greenhouse Program for Jewish and Arab Women Documentary Filmmakers in Israel, which is modeled on our international Greenhouse program.
Prior to her current position, Sigal established a production and post-production company in Greece, where she produced and co-directed several films. In 2010, she co-produced the feature length documentary, The Black Bus (Berlinale 2009), by Israeli filmmaker Anat Zuria about women’s oppression in Orthodox Jewish society, and the documentary film, The Hangman (IDFA 2010), by Natalie Braun and Avigail Sperber, about the man who hanged Adolph Eichmann.
Phone: 03 522 0909 (Ext )
Ron Goldman is the Artistic Director of the NFCT and a renowned documentary film editor in Israel. Ron has worked as a freelance editor and scriptwriter since graduating from the Sam Spiegel Film and Television School in 1998. Specializing in documentary feature films, he has edited and co-scripted the Israeli Academy Award winner Children of the Sun (2007) and the highly acclaimed prize-winning documentaries Unmistaken Child (2008), Brides of the Desert (2007), In Satmar Custody (2003), The Inner Tour (2001), and Martin (1999). Between the years 2006 and 2009, Ron received three awards for Best Documentary Editing from the Israeli Documentary Filmmakers Forum.
Phone: 03 522 0909 (Ext 5)
Producer of Greenhouse Program for Women Filmmakers
Irit is a documentary film producer, with extensive experience in documentary film production, development, promotion and fundraising. Irit was previously the Director of International Relations and Special Projects at the NFCT and part of the team that applied for, established and ran the international Greenhouse project.
Following her work at the NFCT, Irit joined director and producer David Fisher’s company as Development and Associate Producer and produced two feature-length documentaries: Six Million and One and Mostar Round Trip. She was also Senior Line Producer on 24 Hours Jerusalem, a unique documentary project, produced by Zero One Films Berlin. The project was a 24-hour-long documentary about a day in the life of Jerusalem, shot with 70 crews over the course of 24 hours. Irit rejoined the NFCT in 2014 as the producer of our new Greenhouse Program for Jewish and Arab Women Filmmakers in Israel.
Phone: 03 522 0909 (Ext 2)
Orel Turner joined the NFCT as Office Manager in 2004 and was appointed Production Manager in 2012. Orel is responsible for directing the NFCT’s grants program, managing relationships with filmmakers, and cultivating partnerships with a wide range of cultural institutions in Israel. Orel previously spent five years working for “All the Truth Productions”, a company producing documentary films that was established in the wake of the murder of Yitzhak Rabin. Orel studied Behavioral Sciences and International Relations at the Open University.
Phone: 03 522 0909 (Ext )
Dorit Inbar has served as the Executive Director of the NFCT since 2008. Previously, she served as the Vice-Chairperson and a Member of the Executive Committee of the Israel Broadcasting Authority, the administrator of Israeli public broadcasting. This was a period during which the streamlining of public broadcasting was planned. In 2004-2005, Dorit served as the CEO of Tel-Ad, a commercial television broadcaster with an annual turnover of approximately NIS 200 million. From 2000 through 2003, Dorit served as the Chairperson of the Council for Cable TV and Satellite Broadcasting as well as CEO of the Israeli Broadcasting Regulatory Administration, the Israeli regulatory bodies for commercial, multi-channel television.
Dorit practiced law from 1988 to 1999. In the last six years of her legal career, she was a partner in a firm specializing in various aspects of civil and commercial law.
Dorit currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Israeli Opera and of Beit Berl College. Dorit holds an Executive MBA from the Recanati School of Business Administration as well as an LL.B. degree from the School of Law, both from Tel-Aviv University. Dorit has lectured extensively in the Tel-Aviv University Faculty of Law as well as in the Department of Communication within the Faculty for Social Sciences.
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