Mr. Hertz was born in 1990. He is a cum laude graduate of Sam Spiegel Film and Television School.
“Devek” (2021) – Nominated for Ophir Award for Best Short Film. Participated in Shanghai, Sarajevo and many film festivals worldwide.
“The Rabbi” (2016) – Winner of Best Acting Award and Third Best Film Award in Sam Spiegel’s Graduating Competition, winner of Best Student Awards in the New-York & Saint-Petersburg Short Film Festivals, participated in more than 50 film festivals worldwide, including Raindance, Rhode Island & Camermiage.
“Brothers” (2014) – Winner of Best Film in Class from Sam Spiegel and Best Editing Award at Tel Aviv International Student Film Festival, participated in Sao Paulo Short Film Festival and various other international festivals.
These days Mr. Hertz is editing his two new short films, “Revived” (with the support of Makor Foundation for Israeli Films) and “Ocean” (“Short in the Desert” Project, with the support of Gesher Film Fund).
Features and TV series:
“The Rabbi” – Received a developing Grant from the Israel Film Fund. Participated in the Sam Spiegel Film Lab. Co-Writer: Yishay Gispan. Production company: July-August Productions.
“The Psychologist” – Received a developing Grant from the Rabinovich Foundation. Participated in the “Scene”, the Jerusalem film fund’s developing workshops.
“Devek” – Received a developing Grant from the Israel Film Fund.
“B” – Drama TV Series. Participating in the “Scene”, the Jerusalem film fund’s developing workshops. Production company: Jasmine TV.
“Uvda” – TV Series (Keshet).
“Open Your Mouth” – Documentary feature film directed by Tamara Mamon and produced by Norma Productions. Winner of Best Editing award in the Palermo International Documentary Film Festival, participated in Docaviv and various other international festivals.
Many short films that Mr. Hertz has edited, won prizes and participated in a various of film festivals worldwide, including: “Mushkie” by Aleeza Chanowitz (Berlinale Film Festival), “Thirst” by Guy Sahaf (Winner of Best Short Award at the TLV LGBT Film Festival) and “Timor’s Show” by Tamara Mamon (Winner of prize at the Docaviv Film Festival).