Wednesday | 20/10/2021 | 17:30 | Cinematheque - Hall 2
Ari Folman created in 2004 the series "The Material from Which Love Is Made," in which he began his unique use of animation and discussed emotions directly, and the way in which they should be translated into film and television. Four years later, in 2008, Folman created "Waltz with Bashir," which was a real breakthrough in the style of documentary animation, and its impact on cinema is felt even today. The last two decades have positioned Folman as one of the most important directors in Israeli and international cinema. His films have won some of the most prestigious awards in the world of cinema including the Golden Globe Award, and each of his new projects is the result of a complex and cross-continental production.
During the workshop, Folman will share about the professional way and centrality of animation in his cinematic work.