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FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE SHORT NARRATIVE

THE ARREST

TFF 2015 Directed by Yair Agmon
FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE THE ARREST [TFF 2015]
This is a film about occupation and creation; a story deconstructing reality, telling a realistic tale about a different Middle East. In an alternative reality the Palestinian army is the occupier, and Palestinian directors make leftist and successful action films to deal with the trauma they experienced in the army.

Screening as part of Shorts: Family Dynamics
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This is a film about occupation and creation; a story deconstructing reality, telling a realistic tale about a different Middle East. In an alternative reality the Palestinian army is the occupier, and Palestinian directors make leftist and successful action films to deal with the trauma they experienced in the army.

Screening as part of Shorts: Family Dynamics
Film Information
Year: 2014
Length: 11 minutes
Language: Arabic, Hebrew
Country: Israel
Premiere: North American
Cast & Credits
Director: Yair Agmon
Screenwriter: Yair Agmon
Producer: Roi Bogot
Editor: Talia Garber
Cinematographer: Guy Sahaf
Composer: Yair Seri
Sound Designer: Idan Rawed
Cast: Ashraf Barhoum, Carlos Gharzuzi, Basel Zoabi, Imad Mari, Shmuel Edelman
Contacts

Print Source
Michal Sinai
The Sam Spiegel Film & Television School , Jerusalem
Jerusalem, 9110501
Phone: +972 73 200 7300
festivals@jsfs.co.il

Press Contact
Brittnee Walker
Tribeca Film Festival
New York, 10013
Phone: 646 741 3088
bwalker@tribecafilmfestival.org

International Sales Contact
Ori Bader
Cinephil
Tel Aviv , 6511207
Phone: +972 3566 4129
info@cinephil.co.il

About the Director(s)
Director Yair Agmon is a published writer. His student film The Messenger was part of the documentary film project Footsteps in Jerusalem. Agmon began his studies at the Sam Spiegel Film and TV School, Jerusalem, in 2012.

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