Silent Muses: A Panel on Self-Censorship /
Silent Muses: A Panel on Self-Censorship
“I am at war with my time“,” says Julian Rosefeldt in his work “Manifesto”. Many artists in Israel have felt in recent years that they too are found in a struggle, fighting for the limits of freedom of creativity, especially under the Israeli government, which worked to reduce this freedom and determine what content “deserves” funding as oppose to otherwise. In a panel including young and esteemed filmmakers as one, we will discuss the state’s sponsorship, the stories we refrain from telling and why, and how we must go on to create freely.
Raida Adon, Palestinian-Israeli artist and actress. Adon acts on stage, in film, and on television. recent works include Strangeness (2019), Woman without a Home (2014), and Body Recalled (2011). Daphni Leef – A Graduate of the Steve Tisch School of Film and Television, and the leader of the Tent Protest in 2011. Her movie Before My Feet Touch the Ground (2017) takes a look into the protest and the days that followed it. Alon Sahar, Graduated the Steve Tisch School of Film and Television. During his studies he directed OUT (2018) and Gelem (2014). Shadi Habib Allah, An architect and student at the Sam Spiegel Film & Television School. Films directed by him throughout his studies include Sky of Concrete (2019), The Bride’s Tree (2018), Swing (2017), and The Fifth Season (2019) The evening will be lead by Liran Atzmor, a graduate of the Steve Tisch School of Film and Television.