“The Hebrew Superhero” is a cinematic journey into the world of Israeli comics, directed by Shaul Betzer. The film explores the image of the Israeli hero and Israeli identity – from Uri Muri, the first Israeli comics hero created in 1936 by Aryeh Navon and Leah Goldberg, to modern-day heroes, such as Dudu Geva’s giant yellow duck and characters by Shay Charka and Daniella London Dekel, among others. Israeli comics, which had long been on the sidelines of the country’s culture, have become gradually more popular. They have also grown increasingly important in shedding light on the complexities and contradictions of Israeli identity. Artists interviewed here include Zeev Engelmayer, Dudu Geva, Daniella London Dekel, Shay Charka, Michel Kichka, Asaf Hanuka and author Etgar Keret.
A glimpse into the lives of the protagonists short film, "Breathing Easy", the film shows the CF. CF's lives through the seven-year-old Adi and Tal twenty-eight years old. Cystic fibrosis is a genetic disease, chronic asthma, but requires life long treatment. Over the years, managed to extend the life of the CF patients. Movie, "Breathing Easy", we accompany the personal lives of Adi, Tal, and their families that being with them, along the disease. Tel married and gave birth to twins last year, and witnesses live normal girl's life alongside intensive treatment the disease and both continue to fight the disease, until they find a cure.
“Broke” is the story of four successful women in their fifties, who believed in education and hard work. They did all the right things, but they still lost their jobs and joined the circle of poverty. They are all at their prime in terms of ability and experience, but the world seems to have lost interest in them. The very idea that, “There is no such thing as an embarrassing job,” becomes a cruel fact, when one of them, a former manager, has to work as an assistant in a day care center or as a housekeeper. The women show what life looks like when people become poor. They are overwhelmed by anxiety, worried that they still have thirty years ahead of them, with no pension, no property and no way to make a living. How can anyone possibly get through that? These four women struggle to survive economically and maintain their self-esteem. Even if it goes against all odds, they must reinvent themselves.