Nissim Mossek

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Nissim Mossek
Born Nissim Moscona
1948
Bulgaria
Nationality Israeli
Occupation Documentary film director, writer and producer
Years active 1973–present
Notable work Black Panthers
Children Jonathan Mossek, Erez Mossek , Michael Namatinia

Nissim Mossek (Hebrew: ניסים מוסק‎; born 1948) is an Israeli documentary film director, writer and producer for film and television. Since 1986, Mossek has been the director and editor for Biblical Productions. Regarded as a director with a social conscience, in 2004 Mossek won the Landau Award as the Best Director for documentary films. As a director and editor, Mossek explores subjects such as racism, homosexuality and other cultural boundaries in Israeli society.[1]

Filmography[edit]

Director[edit]

  • Wild West Hebron (2013)
  • The Electric Stage: A Rock 'n Roll Legend (2008)
  • Prison LTD.: Prison Privatization (2007)
  • Citizen Nawi (2007)
  • Golda's Revenge (2006)
  • Operation Sphinx (2006)
  • The Holy Land Revealed (2005)
  • Shalom Abu Bassem (2004)
  • Who is Mordechai Vanunu (2004)
  • Adolph Eichmann: The Secret Memoirs (2002)
  • Have You Heard About the Panthers? (2002)
  • The Man of Nazareth (2001)
  • Aiming High: The History of the Israeli Airforce (1998) (TV)
  • Tkuma (English "Rebirth") (1998) (TV Miniseries)
  • Ani Ha'Merigel Shelcha (English: I'm Your Spy) (1997)
  • Neighbors or Foes (1996)
  • Mysteries of Jerusalem (1995)[2]
  • Pillar of Fire (1981), episodes 1 and 12 of the Hebrew version

Editor[edit]

  • Wild West Hebron (2013)
  • Citizen Nawi (2007)
  • Salvador: The Ship of Shattered Hopes (2006)
  • Who is Mordechai Vanunu (2004)
  • Adolph Eichmann: The Secret Memoirs (2002)
  • Ordinary People (2002) (TV Series)
  • Have You Heard About the Panthers? (2002)
  • Aiming High: The History of the Israeli Airforce (1998) (TV)
  • HaInstalator (English: "The Plumber") (1986)
  • Operation Moses (1985)
  • Kasach (1984)[2]

Producer[edit]

  • Waves of Freedom (2008)
  • The Block (1999)
  • Mysteries of Jerusalem (1995)[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Biography at Biblical Productions
  2. ^ a b c Filmography at the Internet Movie Database

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