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Amos Gitai

Israeli filmmaker
Amos Gitai is an Israeli filmmaker, who was trained as an architect. Gitai's work was presented in several major retrospectives in Pompidou Center in Paris, the Museum of Modern Art and Lincoln Center in New York, and the British Film Institute in... Wikipedia
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Amos Gitai (born 11 October 1950) is an Israeli filmmaker, who was trained as an architect. Gitai's work was presented in several major retrospectives in ... Early life · Film career · Exhibitions · performances
Amos Gitai, Director: Rabin: The Last Day. Born in Haifa in 1950, as the second son of architect Munio Weinraub and former Sionist activist Efratia Margalit.
1950 - Birth of Amos Gitai in Haifa on 11 October, son of Efratia Munschick Margalit, born in Tel Aviv in the year of the city's foundation, and the architect Munio ...
May 21, 2020 · Acclaimed Israeli film director Amos Gitai, a critic of extremists in his country, said the coronavirus pandemic should force people to rethink ...
Amos Gitai (born October 1950, Haifa) is a French-Israeli filmmaker, internationally known for his documentaries and feature films on the Middle East, the Israeli– ...
A former architecture student who turned to filmmaking following a harrowing near-death experience, Amos Gitai entered the world of film as a documentarian  ...
Amos Gitai is Israel's most internationally recognized filmmaker—and its most controversial. His new film, Kippur, about the 1973 invasion of Israel by Egypt and ...
Cities, territories, and borders are protagonists as well as locales in the award- winning cinema of Amos Gitai. In this lecture, Gitai reveals how his training as an  ...
Born in 1950, and best known to the public for his film Kippur, shown at Cannes in 2000, the Israeli filmmaker Amos Gitai bases his work to a large extent on ...
Kedma (2002) - An Official Selection at the 2002 Cannes Film Festival, Kedma is renowned Israeli filmmaker Amos Gitai s powerful drama about a group of ...