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Director
Guy Nattiv

Filmography
2002 Strangers (short) (co-direction: Erez Tadmor)
2002 Mabul/The Flood (short)
2006 Offside (short) (co-direction: Erez Tadmor)
2007 Strangers (co-direction: Erez Tadmor)
2010 Mabul/Τhe Flood

Biography
He was born in 1973 in Tel Aviv. He graduated from the Film & Television Department of the Camera Obscura School of Arts, Tel Aviv in 2002. His films,Mabul (short), Strangers & Offside (co-written & co-directed with Erez Tadmor) have received over 20 awards at international film festivals including the Crystal Bear at Berlin and Best Short at Sundance. His debut film, Strangers (co-written & co-directed with Erez Tadmor), won international acclaim and participated in the 2008 official selection competition at the Sundance Film Festival, Tribeca and others.

International Competition

The Flood / Guy Nattiv

13-year-old Yoni lives in a small coastal town with his mother and father. To all appearances, they are an ordinary family; in reality, their secrets are causing them to split at the seams. Miri, a preschool teacher, is having an affair; Gidi, her husband, a crop-dusting pilot, was caught stoned and is not allowed to fly. Yoni, frazzled over his upcoming Bar Mitzvah, is dealing with bullies and mockery over his slight physique. When the couple’s autistic son returns home after the institution he lived in closes, he unwittingly becomes the catalytic force that causes the family to implode. A sharp family drama delivered without histrionics, but with grace and insightfulness, The Flood is marked by the exceptional, nuanced and remarkably mature performance of young Yoav Rotman.


Director:Guy Nattiv
Script:Noa Berman-Herzberg, Guy Nattiv
Cinematography:Philippe Lavalette
Editing:Tali Halter-Shenkar
Sound:Ashi Milo
Music:Patrick Watson
Costumes:Francois Laplante
With:Ronit Elkabetz (Miri Roshko), Michael Moshonov (Tomer Roshko), Yoav Rotman (Yoni Roshko), Tzachi Grad (Gidi Roshko), Lir Katz (Yael), Dekel Adin (Shachar), Yakov Cohen (Rabbi Goshen), Yoram Toledano (Doron), Shmil Ben Ari (Gurman)
World Sales:K5 International, Germany Carl Clifton T. +49 89 3750 5590 carl@k5mediagroup.com
Production Design:Yoel Herzberg
Producer:Chilik Michaeli, Ina Fichman, Avraham Pirchi, Tami Leon, Moshe Edery, Leon Edery, David Silber
Production:United Channels Movies, Israel T. +972 3627 6200 F. +972 3627 6202 www.ucm-film.com
Production Country:Israel-Canada-Germany-France
Co-production:K5 Film (Germany), Intuitive Productions (Canada) & Mact Productions (France)
Format:HDCam Color
Duration:101'
Production Year:2010
Best full-length Israeli Feature, Best Cinematography, Award for unique artistic contribution in the Israeli feature Film Competition (Yoav Rotman) - Haifa IFF 2010, Best Supporting Actor (Michael Moshonov) - Israeli Academy Awards
Screening Schedule
OLYMPION:Saturday, November 05, 2011 - 15:45 | ID:113
FRIDA LIAPPA:Sunday, November 06, 2011 - 18:00 | ID:244
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