Bernard Dichek

Bernard Dichek

Canadian born and bred Bernard Dichek writes about film, social issues, business and international development. He currently is making a documentary about Israeli development projects in Africa. A previous film The Kalusz I Thought I Knew about his father's hometown in Galicia has been shown at film festivals around the world.
‘The Syrian Patient’ documents the warm bond that develops between Dr. Eyal Sela and Majid, a wounde

Behind the headlines

05/30/2018
Acclaimed Israeli singer Oshi

Culture report: roots of success

04/04/2018
Col. Stefan Leonhard provides a tour of the Bad Reichenhall military base that housed 6,000 Jewish r

A place of hope

02/05/2018
An Israeli youngster passes the ball to a child from an African asylum-seeking family; in the Inter

The power of soccer

11/21/2017
Gili (Udi Razzin) and Ya’ara (Noa Koler) scout the location where they plan to build their dream hom

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

10/02/2017
Des réfugiés à l'issue de leur cursus au sein de SchoolHouse

L’école de l’espoir

07/02/2017
Israelis and Palestinians

Israeli documentary cinema aims to go global

07/15/2017
The Schoolhouse in South Tel Aviv

How a Tel Aviv art school helps change migrants' lives

06/24/2017
Who Is Atallah Abdul Rahman el Shaul

Art that isn’t what you’d expect

02/21/2017
HARGOL FOODTECH

How would you like your grasshopper?

02/16/2017
Cultiver de la nourriture toute l'année avec le système hydroponique

Quand Israël veut nourrir le monde

02/05/2017
L’assistante sociale Nati Ardan avec Avraham Farchi

Une histoire de fous ou comment filmer le quotidien des aliénés mentaux

12/18/2016
Jewish Thessaloniki

Commentary through storytelling

12/14/2016
Abarbanel Mental Health Center

Film: Getting under their skin

12/06/2016
Les frères Anati, de gauche à droite, Reouven, Andrea et Emmanuel

Shalom Italia : une histoire familiale pendant la 2nde guerre mondiale

11/13/2016
vietnam

A Vietnamese poet in Tel Aviv

11/13/2016

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