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Fourteen-year-old Igor moves from Moscow, Russia, to Israel with his mother. They leave behind his father, a bird researcher whom Igor hardly knows. Over the Internet, Igor and his father follow the migration of a flock of cranes.
I always say that if you want to be anonymous and disappear, go to Haifa. Though it is Israel's third largest city, Haifa is Israel's forgotten city, hidden deep in the shadows of Tel Aviv and every..
posted October 10, 2012 in News | Permalink
Israeli Feature Films in Competition
Igor and the Cranes - Director: Evgeny Ruman; Writers: Dita Gerry, Eitan Londoner; Producers: Hilik Michaeli, Avraham Farhi, Pyotr Molorek, Magdalena Emily..
posted September 02, 2012 in News | Permalink
Some of the year's most hotly anticipated Israeli films will compete in the Haifa International Film Festival this year, which will take place from September 29 to October 8. The festival will 60 10..
posted August 30, 2012 in News | Permalink