|Born||September 2, 1954|
|Children||Tammy and Jonathan|
Riklis was born in Israel in 1954 but spent the first years of his life in Montreal and New York where his father studied and worked. His family returned to Israel when he was six. He served in the Israeli Defense Forces (including the Yom Kippur War), then went to university in Tel Aviv and was accepted, in 1975, as the first Israeli at the National Film and Television School in England.
After graduating, Riklis made his first film, a political thriller, On a Clear Day You Can See Damascus, in 1984. His 1991 film Cup Final was entered into the 17th Moscow International Film Festival.
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