119 Bullets+Three

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119 Bullets+Three

On Purim 1994, Dr. Baruch Goldstein fired 119 bullets at a group of Arab worshippers at the Cave of the Patriarchs. The horrible massacre motivated Prime Minister Rabin’s government to ban the “Kach” and “Kahane Chai” movements. However, Israel’s extreme right reorganized immediately to oppose the peace process, culminating with Yigal Amir shooting three bullets, killing Prime Minister Rabin, on November 4th 1995. Work on this film began a year and a half before the assassination. Originally an attempt to examine the danger of civil war in Israel, it culminates with the assassination that brought the internal conflict in Israeli society to a  peak.

Festivals and Awards:

Berlinale, Germany, 1996; Hong Kong Film Festival, 1996; MOMA New York, USA, 1996; IDFA, the Netherlands, 1996; Sunny Side of the Doc, Marseilles, France, 1996; Human Rights Film Festival NY and LA, USA, 1996; TV Film Festival, Barcelona, Spain, 1996; Lisbon Film Festival, Portugal, 1996; Augsburg Film Festival, Germany, 1996; Amien Film Festival, France, 1996; Jury Award at FIPA, Biaritz, France,1996; London Jewish Film Festival, UK, 1996; Vienna Film Festival, Austria, 1996; New York Film Festival, USA, 1996; Cleveland Film Festival, USA, 1996; Sao Paolo Film Festival, Brazil, 1996; San Francisco Film Festival, USA, 1996; San Diego Film Festival, USA, 1996; Biennale of Modern Art, South Korea, 1997; Ramallah and Tel Aviv Human Rights Festivals, 2000

Director: Yeud Levanon

Producer: Amit Goren, Yeud Levanon

Cinematographer: Ofer Frant, Alon Bernstein

Editor: Tali Halter-Shenkar

Original Soundtrack: Doron Shenkar

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, The Cinema Project, The Israel Film Center - Ministry of Trade and Industry

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: 119 כדורים ועוד 3

On Purim 1994, Dr. Baruch Goldstein fired 119 bullets at a group of Arab worshippers at the Cave of the Patriarchs. The horrible massacre motivated Prime Minister Rabin’s government to ban the “Kach” and “Kahane Chai” movements. However, Israel’s extreme right reorganized immediately to oppose the peace process, culminating with Yigal Amir shooting three bullets, killing Prime Minister Rabin, on November 4th 1995. Work on this film began a year and a half before the assassination. Originally an attempt to examine the danger of civil war in Israel, it culminates with the assassination that brought the internal conflict in Israeli society to a  peak.

Festivals and Awards:

Berlinale, Germany, 1996; Hong Kong Film Festival, 1996; MOMA New York, USA, 1996; IDFA, the Netherlands, 1996; Sunny Side of the Doc, Marseilles, France, 1996; Human Rights Film Festival NY and LA, USA, 1996; TV Film Festival, Barcelona, Spain, 1996; Lisbon Film Festival, Portugal, 1996; Augsburg Film Festival, Germany, 1996; Amien Film Festival, France, 1996; Jury Award at FIPA, Biaritz, France,1996; London Jewish Film Festival, UK, 1996; Vienna Film Festival, Austria, 1996; New York Film Festival, USA, 1996; Cleveland Film Festival, USA, 1996; Sao Paolo Film Festival, Brazil, 1996; San Francisco Film Festival, USA, 1996; San Diego Film Festival, USA, 1996; Biennale of Modern Art, South Korea, 1997; Ramallah and Tel Aviv Human Rights Festivals, 2000

 

Director: Yeud Levanon

Producer: Amit Goren, Yeud Levanon

Cinematographer: Ofer Frant, Alon Bernstein

Editor: Tali Halter-Shenkar

Original Soundtrack: Doron Shenkar

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, The Cinema Project, The Israel Film Center - Ministry of Trade and Industry

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: 119 כדורים ועוד 3

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