Arik Bernstein short CV

Arik Bernstein has been a leading force in the Israeli film industry for the past 15 years. He has initiated and overseen numerous productions: documentaries, documentary series and drama series, most of which as international co-productions. These films and programs have been screened in major film and television festivals worldwide, and were awarded many Israeli and international prizes.

Documentaries (partial): "Unmistaken Child" With: ARTE, ITVS, BBC, Chanel 8 - Noga, DR, YLE (Official selection Berlin film festival 2009, Toronto Film Festival 2008, Best Documentary - Haifa Film Festival 2008); "Gaza-Sderot" - coproduced with Ramattan Studios & BoTravail! & Trabelsi Productions Ltd., in collaboration with ARTE France - a daily cross-platform documentary series (2 stories, 2 minutes each) - Internet & Television. 2009 EMMY nominee, 2008 PRIX EUROPA winner, "Jaffa" - with: Channel 8 - Noga, France 5, WDR. "6 Days In June" (series with Channel 10-Israel, ARTE, WGBH, Radio Canada) "Hot House", 2006 (90 minutes co -production with ARTE) - Winner Special Jury Award, Sundance, 2007, "The Boidem" - Israel's broadband archive - 8/16mm amateurs collections - Noga, Channel 8 - in collaboration with Nana10 (website and documentary series); "5250" - Video Activism project, Keshet Broadcasting, Channel 2. "Yitzhak Rabin - An Unclosed Case" (52 min), "The Last Witness" (60 minutes), "The Blue Lamb" (70 minutes"), "Oligarchs" (90 minute co-production) - with Point-Du-Jour (Paris) and ARTE. PRIX EUROPA winner "The History of Israeli and Jewish Humor" (10 episodes) - Israeli Academy Award, 2004, FIAT/GLS Award 2004. "Matzpen - Anti-Zionist Israelis" (FIPA-Biarritz - Silver prize, 2004), "Moments, Israel 2002" and "Israel, 2003 - I Have A Dream" (screened at Sundance, Miami International, SilverDocs, Human Rights Watch, Tribeca and more). "End of The Orange Season" (12 episodes on Israeli Music - Special prize of Israeli culture), "I Also Dwell Among Your Own People: Listening to Azmi Bishara" (50 min). "Yasmin" (first prize Jerusalem Film Festival)