Cut to the Chase

Search the Site
Calendar of Events
August 2022
SMTWTFS
  1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12 13
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
28 29 30 31    
« Jul   Sep »
On This Month »
Newsletter Signup

Sign up to our newsletter to receive updates about what's going on at the NFCT

 

Cut to the Chase

A cinematic puzzle made up of hundreds of Israeli feature films from the 1960’s till this day. Fragments of shots, pieces of scenes, and short clips from different periods, styles, and colors, are assembled together to create a new narrative: the story of the Israeli man, as seen on screen, searching for love; between wars, from recruitment to marriage.

Cut to the Chase is a love song to cinema, to Israeli filmmakers, and to the heroes of its screen; a cinematic poem built from classical, as well as forgotten moments, in the compilation tradition, that in this new context emphasize and elucidates additional meanings.

It is simultaneously a light and serious look upon the Israeli man; amusing and heart rending.

Festivals and Awards:

Jerusalem Fim Festival, Israel, 2017

Director: Noit Geva

Producer: Arik Bernstein, Moshe Edery, Leon Edery, Dudi Silber

Production Company: Alma Films

Editor: Noit Geva

Soundtrack Editor: Aviv Aldema

Original Soundtrack: Shay Alon

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

Script: Noit Geva

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: גבר מהסרטים

A cinematic puzzle made up of hundreds of Israeli feature films from the 1960’s till this day. Fragments of shots, pieces of scenes, and short clips from different periods, styles, and colors, are assembled together to create a new narrative: the story of the Israeli man, as seen on screen, searching for love; between wars, from recruitment to marriage.

Cut to the Chase is a love song to cinema, to Israeli filmmakers, and to the heroes of its screen; a cinematic poem built from classical, as well as forgotten moments, in the compilation tradition, that in this new context emphasize and elucidates additional meanings.

It is simultaneously a light and serious look upon the Israeli man; amusing and heart rending.

Festivals and Awards:

Jerusalem Fim Festival, Israel, 2017

 

Director: Noit Geva

Producer: Arik Bernstein, Moshe Edery, Leon Edery, Dudi Silber

Production Company: Alma Films

Editor: Noit Geva

Soundtrack Editor: Aviv Aldema

Original Soundtrack: Shay Alon

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

Script: Noit Geva

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: גבר מהסרטים

Related Films
  • Karaoke

    Fiction / 103 Min.
    Director: Moshe Rosenthal

    More Info >>

  • The Other City

    The Other City

    Documentary / 72 Min.
    Director: Livi Kessel

    More Info >>

  • Dad’s Camera

    Dad’s Camera

    Student / 37 Min./Documentary
    Director: Efrat Lipshitz

    More Info >>

Newsletter Signup

Sign up to our newsletter to receive updates about events and submission deadlines

 

Greenhouse Website
Our Facebook