The Steve Tisch School of Film and Television
Established in 1972, the Steve Tisch School of Film and Television at Tel Aviv University has educated and raised generations of major Israeli filmmakers and film scholars. They are known for their work, which had a crucial impact on the country's film industry and cultural arena.
The Steve Tisch School is the largest cultural center for Israeli cinema, television and new media. Building on its strategic position within a university research center, the school offers a comprehensive program that combines filmmaking practice and solid theory.
In the last ten years, the Steve Tisch School produced several film projects, many of which received international awards and nominations, such as the Student Academy Award, the Canne Cine Foundation Competition and a participation at the Tribeca and the Sundance Film Festival.
About the Talents
After studying biology for a few years, Michael chose to pursue his passion for screenwriting by enrolling in the Steve Tisch School of Film and Television. One of his short films received the Best Script Award in 2015 at the International Student Film Festival and he is now the author of an Israeli TV show.
Born in Ukraine in 1986, Dmitry moved to Israel in 2001. He was a war photographer for the Air Force for three years. He graduated from the "Jump Cut" Editing School in the "Avid Master" programme and is currently attending the Steve Tisch School of Film and Television. He is one of the creators of the web series "My Affair with ISIS", winner of "Made For Web 2.0".
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Klil is a Tel-Aviv based cinematographer. He started his career as an IDF in-the-field cameramen. He began his studies at the Steve Tisch School of Film and Television in 2012, specializing in photography. In addition to short films his works include documentaries, music videos and commercials.
Cohen is the CEO and Executive Producer of the Gaudeamus production company della Steve Tisch School of Film and Television. Gaudeamus focuses on the production of feature films created by the school's most talented students. Efrat Cohen directed the 12th edition of the Tel Aviv International Student Film Festival.