Showcasing four short films created by students from the prestigious
Steve Tisch School of Film and Television at Tel Aviv University
A fabulous sell-out movie event was held at the Classic Cinema Elsternwick.
Four thought provoking, entertaining and gripping short films created by students at the Steve Tisch School of Film & Television Tel Aviv University.
Thank you for your support – all proceeds go towards
Scholarships for TAU students
Best screenplay – Tel Aviv Film Festival 2015.
Oded, who goes for a routine exchange of packages at the Israeli border, realises that the person across the fence is a frustrated soccer player.
Best friends, Ella and Yaeli, are stopped by a police officer to check whether they are intoxicated. The girls have to decide whether to obey the law or remain loyal to one another.
Guli wakes up in the middle of the night and finds her father preparing a prank for April Fool’s Day. When she wakes up, she is surprised to hear that her father has died.
Best short film – 2015 Shanghai International Student Film Festival. Best short film – Sehuschte Film Festival (Germany) 2015.
17-year-old Elai attempts to reciprocate a favour to a boy from the nearby village who offers him protection from violent thieves.
Date: Sunday, 3 June, 2019
Time: 4:00pm – 5:30pm
Venue: Classic Cinema Elsternwick Melbourne
Guests: AFTAU Members and community members
Guest Speaker: via skype with directors Alma Hemmo ‘On the Side’& Shauly Melamed ‘The First Day of April’