Scenes from an Israeli marriage: ‘Foxtrot’ wins best film, Ophir Awards

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October 2, 2017 14:04

In developing the character of Ya’ara, Koler says that she often tried to think about her own fears when confronting situations that were “outside her comfort zone.”




Gili (Udi Razzin) and Ya’ara (Noa Koler) scout the location where they plan to build their dream hom

Gili (Udi Razzin) and Ya’ara (Noa Koler) scout the location where they plan to build their dream home in the Galilee countryside.. (photo credit:Courtesy)

 

OVER THE summer, the Israel Film Academy screened 31 new Israeli feature films to its members, who voted for the winners of this year’s Ophir Awards, which are the equivalent of the American Oscars.


Now in its 35th season, this year’s Ophir competition reflected a burgeoning industry that produced a record number of films with greater technical mastery than ever before.

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