US film critics award Israeli documentary 'The Gatekeepers'

January 6, 2013 03:33


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The US-based National Society of Film Critics awarded Israeli director Dror Moreh's documentary film "The Gatekeepers" as the best nonfiction film of 2012 on Saturday.

Moreh's film features interviews with all six living former chiefs of the Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency).

The film features interviews with Yuval Diskin, Avi Dichter, Ami Ayalon, Ya'acov Peri, Carmi Gillon and Avraham Shalom.

The interviews are interspersed with newsreel and archival footage and computer-enhanced imagery.

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