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Dani Rosenberg

דני רוזנברג

Born in 1979, director and screenwriter, member of the film magazine “Western”.

Graduated with honors from “Sam Spiegel film and television school” in Jerusalem.
In 2011 produced, directed, shot and edited the short documentary film “Sussia” (with Yoav Gross). The movie was produced with the support of “Gesher Multicultural Film Fund”, was screened in the official competition at the Berlin Festival, HotDocs Festival official competition, at IDFA- Best of Fest, SilverDocs, and many more. It also won best film at the festival in Milan.
2012-2015- creator, writer and director “Johnny and the Knights of Galilee”- 13 episodes, for YES.
Between 2009-2011 developed the film “The Thin soldier and his lover” (July August Productions, in collaboration with screenwriter Amir Kliger) and worte the series “Johnny and Knights of Galilee ” ( in conjunction with Tom Shuval , “July August productions , for channel 10.)
During summer 2011, created and edited ” Struggle Cinema” – Street theater, which operated from the early days of the social protests, which screened nightly Israeli films sociopolitical orientation .the cinema was cooperated with “associations of artists in film and television, “Western” newspaper ,the third ear and “Cinepublic””
2007- 2010 filming the documentary film “Uri Zohar returns” that accompanies Uri Zohar during work on a new film, the first time after 25 years, as well as other stations in his life.
In 2008 he directed a number of television series storylines “Agree” YES (320 min, “Lolipop” Productions)
In 2006-7 he directed his thesis project, “My Father’s House”, Yiddish-speaking war drama that takes place in 1948, with the participation of Itay Tiran and Miki Leon.
The film was screened regularly in movie theaters across the country, was screened in dozens of festivals worldwide and broadcast to channel 10 “. (Production of the Sam Spiegel School, produced for the Second Authority for Television and Radio with the support of the Rabinowitz Foundation –Cinema projects , Gesher Multicultural Film Fund Cultural and Avi Chai Foundation)
During his studies he directed the short film “Don Quixote in Jerusalem”, “Red tape”, and” Factory”(as part of the “Border project”).
The Films won numerous awards, including the “Wolgin” Prize for Best Short Film for “Red tape” citation in the official competition at the Berlin Festival” Don Quixote in Jerusalem” and others, and participated in dozens of festivals around the world, including the Cannes Film Festival as part of the Cinefondation,Berlin Festival, Montpellier, Klrmond-Ferrand, FIFA-Biarritz, Munich Festival, Pusan Festival, Montreal Festival and more

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