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"First Aid" will take part in the "Best of Cannes" screenings in Istanbul         "Why?" from the "Love Letters to Cinema" project will participate at the Seville European Film Festival         "The Lookout" has been accepted to the FSF in Belgrade         "The Forgotten" and "The Lookout" will participate in the "Film Bus"         "Thirst" and "Mud" to screen at the international LGBT film festival in Tel-Aviv         "In Praise of the Day" will represent the school at the NexT international film festival         "April Fools" to screen at BeFilm Underground         "Maternity Leave" from the "Footsteps in Jerusalem" project will have its international premiere at Middle East Now         "Lookout" to participate at the Flying Broom festival         "Out of Touch" to participate at Sehsuchte         "Why?" from the "Love Letters to Cinema" project will participate at BAFICI         "Why?" from the "Love Letters to Cinema" project has been invited to the New Directors / New Films Festival         "Violeta Mi Vida" to participate at the Millenium International Documentary Film Festival         "Papercuts" will represent the school at the Nice Israel Film Festival         "Cleaning Time" will participate in the Palm Beach International Film Festival         "Why?" from the "Love Letters to Cinema" project will compete at the Hong Kong International Film Festival View complete news list >>
Oscar nominated "Aya"'s creators rejoin their friends at the Jerusalem Film Lab to continue work on their projects
JSFS to host in July: School’s Best Kept Secrets Conference
The Last Tycoon - a short documentary on Sam Spiegel
In honor of the school's silver jubilee, famed director-producer and alumni Gilad Tocatly decided to research on the famed producer after which it's named. It resulted in the discovery that during those 25 years, the Sam Spiegel Estate has donated 20 million USD to the school - the largest of it's kind in history.
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“The Day After I’m Gone” Won the Sam Spiegel Alumni Fund for First Features’ $100,000 Prize
"Why?", Nadav Lapid's short from "Love Letters to Cinema" competed in the Berlinale's short film competition
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