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Hide and Seek

A group of women from the Jaffa C Community Theater put on the play “Hide and Seek,” using pain, humor and their professional acting abilities. Their story reflects the culture of their neighborhood, with a special focus on the problems these women face as wives. By following the cast hard at work up until the opening night, the film reveals three strong women on a course of self-discovery leading to a whole new life. The changes they experience often include bitter struggles with their husbands, who are forced to contend with a new breed of independent women that upsets long-established traditions of home life.

Festivals and Awards:

The Wolgin Award for Best Documentary Film at the Jerusalem International Film Festival, Israel, 1998; International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film, Germany, 1998; Women in the Director’s Chair, Chicago, USA, 1999; Prague International Film Festival, the Czech Republic, 2000

Director: Iris Rubin

Producer: Sylvain Bigeleisen

Production Company: Moon Dog Productions

Cinematographer: Zion Rubin

Editor: Joelle Alexis

Original Soundtrack: Tom Tlalim

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: מחבואים

A group of women from the Jaffa C Community Theater put on the play “Hide and Seek,” using pain, humor and their professional acting abilities. Their story reflects the culture of their neighborhood, with a special focus on the problems these women face as wives. By following the cast hard at work up until the opening night, the film reveals three strong women on a course of self-discovery leading to a whole new life. The changes they experience often include bitter struggles with their husbands, who are forced to contend with a new breed of independent women that upsets long-established traditions of home life.

Festivals and Awards:

The Wolgin Award for Best Documentary Film at the Jerusalem International Film Festival, Israel, 1998; International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film, Germany, 1998; Women in the Director’s Chair, Chicago, USA, 1999; Prague International Film Festival, the Czech Republic, 2000

Director: Iris Rubin

Producer: Sylvain Bigeleisen

Production Company: Moon Dog Productions

Cinematographer: Zion Rubin

Editor: Joelle Alexis

Original Soundtrack: Tom Tlalim

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: מחבואים

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