Filmmakers


Ari Davidovich – director / producer
Writer and director of WAITING FOR GODIK - a documentary about the rise and fall of the king of musicals, Giora Godik. The film was premiered at the Jerusalem International Film Festival and aired on channel 2 and channel 10. Producer and artistic director of Doc Challenge annual competition in Israel. He has initiated and produced international workshops with world leading masters such as Robert Mckee, Fernanda Rossi, Ivana Chubbuck and others. Graduate of Haifa University in Psychology and MA in mass communication from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. His professional experience includes a range of roles in electronic and printed media, such as editor and writer for major Israeli dailies, editor of cultural TV programs and executive programming at the Docaviv Film Festival.

Micky Laron – producer
Ms Laron has been a senior producer and editor for many years at IBA Israel TV (channel 1). Since 2003 she devotes herself to an independent career, in which she has produced, among others, the film competition "One Shot" for the Jerusalem film festival, the International Chamber Music Festival in Jerusalem, and a Solo Exhibition of Hila Lulu-Lin at the Tel-Aviv Museum. Micky has been engaged in TV through out all its genres, producing documentaries for well known Israeli directors as well as dramas. Presently she is the artistic director of EPOS - the International Art Film Festival in Israel.

Gideon Boaz – director / photographer (USA)
A recipient of Aaron Siskind Foundation award and Visual Arts Alumni Award, (MFA graduate, School of Visual Arts NY 2005) has been working as a freelance photographer, and film director since 1996. Since his return from the US in 2006, Boaz is based in Tel Aviv and specializes in documentary filmmaking and still photography. Currently he enjoys a full scholarship in a program for social activism in The Naggar school of Photography, Media and New Music in Musrara, Jerusalem.His first film CS101, completed in 2003, was screened in university campuses in New York, Philadelphia and Los Angeles. "(In)visible Years", Boaz's last film, was screened around the globe in major film festivals as well as on Israel's documentary TV Ch. 8.

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