GOOD MORNING ISRAEL
Screening of the movie “Good Morning Israel” and meeting with the director Dr. Amir Har-Gil.
The film was awarded First Prize at the Jerusalem Festival and is part of the Ministry of Education’s curricula, of IDF’s Education Corps, Bney Akiva, Hashomer Hatzair and Scouts’ Youth Movements and the Jewish Agency.
Screening and activating students on stage at schools.
The film accompanies a weekday morning in the lives of five youths from different sectors of Israeli society during their adolescence. The film follows events in the youths’ lives, the similarities and differences in their lives and more. Suitable for discussion about Israeli society.
Segments of the follow-up film describing what happened to each one of them 10 and 20 years later will also be screened. English subtitles are available.
Duration of meeting: 1h15min.
Maximum number of students: 200.
Good Morning Israel–
A weekday morning in the lives of 5 youths: one from a kibbutz, one from North Tel-Aviv, one from a development town, one Arab, one ultra-orthodox Jew. This is the most similar time of day in their lives, a microcosm of Israeli society.
The film was awarded first prize at the Israeli Film Competition at the Jerusalem Festival, received honorable mention from the Israeli Film Institute, United Studios’ prize, Delta Film prize.
- First prize for short Israeli film, Jerusalem Film Festival, Israel, 1986.
- Cited as excellent, The Israel Film Institute, Israel, 1986.
- Excellent director prize, for Short Films, United studios, Israel, 1986.
- Delta Film prize for excellent graduate, Beit Zvi School of Performing Arts, Israel, 1986.
Script and directing: Dr. Amir Har- Gil
Production: Dr. Amir Har-Gil, Nachshon Axelrod
Editing: Yael Perlov
Photography: Ofer Yanoov
Length:13 mins. Israel ,1986
“An original film, the most complete, the ripest of them all”. (Yehudit Orian)
“It has talent and it has saying, a film that even has Milos Forman buds – that’s Amir Har-Gil’s film”. (Shaul Shir Ran)
“A film that won the best love of audiences”. (Hagit Tuch)