Award-winning director Dekel Berenson and Paul Wesley’s Three Color Films to accomplice with 4 time Academy Award nominated Alexander Rodnyansky and Israeli producer, Marek Rozenbaum for debut characteristic Aliya.
The movie tells the story of an 18 yr old Ukrainian immigrant who, after discovering her Jewish heritage, strikes to Israel and joins the military as a drill teacher. During a short depart from the bottom, Aliya suffers a violent assault by her date, and upon returning to the bottom, she is pressured to reevaluate her values, beliefs and position in coaching younger males within the navy.
Rodnyansky will come on board to provide the characteristic, along with veteran Israeli producer Rozenbaum, and producing accomplice Wesley. Anna Różalska will function producer as nicely.
The movie shall be shot in Israel. It was chosen to the Sam Spiegel Film Lab, the place movies comparable to Oscar-winner Son Of Saul have been developed. The characteristic, which is in improvement, has additionally been accepted to the Co-Production Market of the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival, the primary Israeli movie to be chosen to this system.
Berenson is an Israeli born award-winning author/director. After finishing a compulsory three-year service within the Israeli Defense Forces, he moved to Budapest to finish a grasp’s diploma in International Relations and European Studies, graduating first in his class. Drawing inspiration from travelling to greater than sixty nations, Dekel explores real-world social and humanitarian points throughout cultural and social boundaries.
Berenson’s latest brief movie Anna was premiered on the 72nd Cannes Film Festival, received Best British Short on the twenty second BIFA awards, and was shortlisted for a BAFTA. The movie additionally lately certified to be nominated within the Academy Award Short Film class. His brief movie Ashmina performed at over 300 festivals, profitable quite a few awards, together with Oscar Qualifying Best Short Film on the thirty sixth Jerusalem Film Festival and Best Live Action Short on the 59th Krakow Film Festival.