Posted January 21, 2018 17:14:38While most of the films at the Indie Film Festival are being produced by indie studios, there are a few that have a different perspective on the medium.
The Israel-based festival, which has been held in Jerusalem since 1995, was established in response to the fact that Israeli film was under-represented in the country.
Since its inception, the festival has showcased more than 400 films and produced nearly 700 films from around the world, with the aim of helping the Israeli film industry thrive.
The festival is one of the most prestigious and exclusive festivals in the world and attracts more than 2,000 participants each year, who come from all over the world.
The festival is open to the public and has been featured in the news recently as it attracted a lot of attention during its first week.
But it also offers a unique opportunity to filmmakers who are not involved in the film industry and who would like to showcase their work to a wider audience.
In a recent interview, festival director Moti Yoav said the festival is now in a position to help other independent filmmakers, who would not normally be able to pursue such a big platform.
“It is a great platform for filmmakers who do not have the resources to produce their films,” Yoav told The Times of Israel.
“We have had many filmmakers from the film-makers’ world come to us, and they want to participate in this, and we want to help them.”
The festival was created to foster an atmosphere where people from the different disciplines can come together and discuss the film that they make.
Yoav has also invited Israeli filmmakers who have already made their films to join the festival.
The idea for the festival came about as Yoav and his team were working on a project with the help of the Israeli government and in order to raise awareness of Israeli filmmaking.
“I think that the fact of being a filmmaker is important for Israel, for its future and its future as a country, so that Israel is able to become a better country,” Yoov said.
“And so that people can participate in the process and be part and be involved.”
Yoav has worked with several Israeli filmmakers, and this year the festival also hosted the debut of a short film by one of them, Shai Ben-Ami.
The short film, which premiered at the festival, explores the idea of the meaning behind a film and how it is a reflection of the people involved in it.
“A film can reflect a person, it can reflect an idea, it is about a culture, it may be a love story, it will always be a film,” Ben-AMi said.
The short film explores the question of what it means to be an Israeli and how people feel about the way they live their life in Israel.
Ben-AMI is currently working on his second short film and he said he is very proud of the work that he has accomplished so far.
“My intention is to continue working on my films,” Ben AMi said in the interview.
“But at the moment, I am focusing on my work in the documentary film field.”
Yoov said that he also believes that Israel can be a producer and a producer in the future, and he hopes that this year’s festival will continue to grow.
“Israel is a country with a large and growing film industry, and I believe that in the near future, we will see that film industry as a whole become a stronger entity,” he said.
“I believe that this is a moment of opportunity for the country, and it is up to the filmmakers to make the best of it.”
The Independent Film Festival is supported by the Israel Ministry of Culture.