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On the Road to Tel Aviv

On the Road to Tel Aviv, Khen Shalem

“On the Road to Tel-Aviv” is a drama (with comedy elements) that shows how, under the tense reality of war and terror, enemies can sometimes find themselves in the same boat (or in the same bus). It is a story of a young Israeli who finds himself in a frightening situation when a suspicious looking Arab woman enters the same bus as his fiancée. He then tries to get his fiancée out of the bus without creating too much of a scene, but panic ensues and he must right the situation, as the realities of war, terror, and enemies are exposed. Awards: Palm Springs International Short Film Festival (Audience Award), Sixteen: Nine Film Festival, India (Best Short Film, Best Director), Carolina Film Festival (Best Student Film), Phoenix International Film Festival (Best Student Film), Rochester International Film Festival (Shoestring Trophy), Newport Beach Film Festival (Outstanding Achievement in Directing), BUSHO Film Festival, Budapest, Hungary (Best Screenplay Award), NYC Short Film Festival (Best Student Film), Angelus Film Festival (Grand Prize Award), Internationales Kurzfilmfestival shnit – Bern (The shnit-Award), Independent Film Festival (Florida Choice Award)


Khen Shalem

Production / Release:
Israel, 2008

Genre / Runtime:
Short film, 15'

Amos Lavi, Guy Arieli, Hana Laslo, Dana Kabessa

On the Road to Tel Aviv

Thursday, May 27th @ 22:00

Supported by Embassy of Israel - Zagreb

cinema Europa

Filmski program