The Children’s House

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The Children’s House

In the summer of 2005, the Tel Aviv Museum holds an exhibition called “Communal Sleeping” in which kibbutz-born artists living in towns portray through their works their childhood experiences of communal sleeping. This is a film about childhood experiences, sensations, pains and memories surrounding the unique experience of growing up on a kibbutz.The soul searching confrontation of each one of these artists with parenthood, the past and the kibbutz institutions is relevant to this day in their capacity as parents, as individuals, and, of course, as creative artists.

Festivals and Awards:

Second Prize for Documentary, Haifa International Film Festival, 2005; Winner of Best Script, Montenegro International TV Festival, 2006; Sao Paulo Israeli Film Festival, Brazil, 2008; Brussels Israeli Film Festival, Belgium, 2008; Barcelona Jewish Film Festival, Spain, 2007; San Diego Jewish Film Festival, USA, 2007; Montpellier Mediterranean Film Festival, France, 2006; Warsaw Jewish Motifs Film Festival, Poland, 2006; Toronto Jewish Film Festival, 2006; Mexico City Jewish Film Festival, Mexico, 2006

Director: Tamar Feingold

Producer: Shula Spiegel

Cinematographer: Arie Paldi

Editor: Ram Shemi

Soundtrack Editor: Peter Adeleni, Elli Cohen

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, The Second Authority for Television and Radio

Distributor: Ruth Diskin Films

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: בית הילדים

In the summer of 2005, the Tel Aviv Museum holds an exhibition called “Communal Sleeping” in which kibbutz-born artists living in towns portray through their works their childhood experiences of communal sleeping. This is a film about childhood experiences, sensations, pains and memories surrounding the unique experience of growing up on a kibbutz.The soul searching confrontation of each one of these artists with parenthood, the past and the kibbutz institutions is relevant to this day in their capacity as parents, as individuals, and, of course, as creative artists.

Festivals and Awards:

Second Prize for Documentary, Haifa International Film Festival, 2005; Winner of Best Script, Montenegro International TV Festival, 2006; Sao Paulo Israeli Film Festival, Brazil, 2008; Brussels Israeli Film Festival, Belgium, 2008; Barcelona Jewish Film Festival, Spain, 2007; San Diego Jewish Film Festival, USA, 2007; Montpellier Mediterranean Film Festival, France, 2006; Warsaw Jewish Motifs Film Festival, Poland, 2006; Toronto Jewish Film Festival, 2006; Mexico City Jewish Film Festival, Mexico, 2006

Director: Tamar Feingold

Producer: Shula Spiegel

Cinematographer: Arie Paldi

Editor: Ram Shemi

Soundtrack Editor: Peter Adeleni, Elli Cohen

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, The Second Authority for Television and Radio

Distributor: Ruth Diskin Films

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: בית הילדים

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