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Michal Aviad

Michal Aviad was born in Jerusalem in 1955 to an Italian mother and an Hungarian father. Having studied literature, philosophy and film, she lived in San Francisco during the 1980s where she began making films before returning to Israel in 1991. She has since made numerous documentaries which have won awards at international film festivals, such as the 1992 work about the Intifada THE WOMEN NEXT DOOR, which was screened in the Forum section of the Berlinale in 1992, as well as films focussing on women, children and immigrants in Israel. LO ROIM ALAICH, her first feature film, won the Prize of the Ecumenical Jury at the Panorama Section of the 2011 Berlinale. (Source : Berlin Film Festival)

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Selected filmography

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