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David Fisher, the director of this film, lost his parents one after the other, leaving him and his four siblings with a 45-year-old mystery. For two years he’s been searching for his sister, who was taken as a day-old infant from his mother’s bed in the maternity hospital. His parents, both Holocaust survivors, arrived in Israel broken-hearted and penniless, leaving five children to pay the price of healing their shattered lives. In this film, Fisher brings his family together on a mission that takes them to places that their parents hoped they would never reach.

Festivals and Awards:

Wolgin Award at the Jerusalem International Film Festival, 2000; Best Documentary at the Israeli Film Academy Awards, 2000; Berlinale Forum, 2001; DokFest Munich Film Festival, 2001;  Hong-Kong International Film Festival, 2001; Bangkok International Film Festival, 2001; Manila International Film Festival, 2001; Seattle International Film Festival, 2001; Jewish Film Festival of San Francisco, 2001; Worldfest Film Festival, Huston

Director: David Fisher

Producer: Yahaly Gat, David Fisher

Production Company: Muse Productions

Cinematographer: Itzik Portal

Editor: Tali Halter-Shenkar

Original Soundtrack: Amnon Fisher, Doron Shenkar

Supporter(s): New Fund for Cinema and Television, NOGA Communications – Channel 8, JCS Content

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: רשימת אהבה

David Fisher, the director of this film, lost his parents one after the other, leaving him and his four siblings with a 45-year-old mystery. For two years he’s been searching for his sister, who was taken as a day-old infant from his mother’s bed in the maternity hospital. His parents, both Holocaust survivors, arrived in Israel broken-hearted and penniless, leaving five children to pay the price of healing their shattered lives. In this film, Fisher brings his family together on a mission that takes them to places that their parents hoped they would never reach.

Festivals and Awards:

Wolgin Award at the Jerusalem International Film Festival, 2000; Best Documentary at the Israeli Film Academy Awards, 2000; Berlinale Forum, 2001; DokFest Munich Film Festival, 2001;  Hong-Kong International Film Festival, 2001; Bangkok International Film Festival, 2001; Manila International Film Festival, 2001; Seattle International Film Festival, 2001; Jewish Film Festival of San Francisco, 2001; Worldfest Film Festival, Huston

Director: David Fisher

Producer: Yahaly Gat, David Fisher

Production Company: Muse Productions

Cinematographer: Itzik Portal

Editor: Tali Halter-Shenkar

Original Soundtrack: Amnon Fisher, Doron Shenkar

Supporter(s): New Fund for Cinema and Television, NOGA Communications – Channel 8, JCS Content

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: רשימת אהבה

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