1994 in Israeli film

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A list of films produced by the Israeli film industry in 1994.

1994 releases[edit]

Unknown premiere date[edit]

Premiere Title Director Cast Genre Notes Ref
 ? Ish She'Ahav B'Ivrit (Hebrew: איש שאהב בעברית, lit. "A man who loved in Hebrew") Eli Cohen Irina Seleznyova Drama [1]
 ? Max V'Morris (Hebrew: מקס ומוריץ, lit. "Max and Morris") Jacob Goldwasser Moshe Ivgy, Uri Gavriel Comedy, Crime, Musical [2]
 ? Aretz Hadasha (Hebrew: ארץ חדשה, lit. "Newland") Orna Ben-Dor Niv Ania Bukstein Drama [3]
 ? Autobiographia Dimionit (Hebrew: איה, lit. "Aya") Michal Bat-Adam Michal Bat-Adam Biography, Drama [4]
 ? Ha-Merhak (Hebrew: המרחק, lit. "The distance") Dan Wolman Genia Chernik Drama [5]
 ? Sh'Chur (Hebrew: שחור) Shmuel Hasfari Gila Almagor, Ronit Elkabetz Drama 1994 Israeli submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film [6]
 ? Driks' Brother (Hebrew: האח של דריקס) Ori Inbar and Doron Tsabari Tal Friedman, Danny Steg Drama [7]
 ? Ha-Gamal Hame'ofef (Hebrew: הגמל המעופף, lit. "The Flying Camel") Rami Na'aman Mosko Alkalai, Gabi Amrani, Gilat Ankori Comedy [8]
 ? Shirat Ha'Sirena (Hebrew: שירת הסירנה, lit. "Song of the Siren") Eytan Fox Dalit Kahan Romance, Comedy [9]
 ? Ipui Koach (Hebrew: ייפוי כח, lit. "Power of Attorney") Uri Barbash Drama [10]

Awards[edit]

Ophir Award[edit]

Sh'Chur by Shmuel Hasfari

Wolgin Award[edit]

Best Israeli Feature: Ha-Merhak (Hebrew: המרחק, lit. "The distance") by Dan Wolman[11]
Best Israeli Documentary: Istiklal by Nizar Hassan[11]
Best Short Film: Home by David Ofek[11]

Notable deaths[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ish She'Ahav B'Ivrit on IMDB
  2. ^ Max V'Morris on IMDB
  3. ^ Aretz Hadasha on IMDB
  4. ^ Autobiographia Dimionit on IMDB
  5. ^ Ha-Merhak on IMDB
  6. ^ Sh'Chur on IMDB
  7. ^ Driks' Brother on IMDB
  8. ^ Ha-Gamal Hame'ofef on IMDB
  9. ^ Shirat Ha'Sirena on IMDB
  10. ^ Ipui Koach on IMDB
  11. ^ a b c "1994". Past Festivals. Jerusalem Film Festival. Retrieved 17 March 2012. 

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