White Eye

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White Eye
White Eye 2019 poster.jpg
Directed byTomer Shushan
Screenplay byTomer Shushan
Produced by
  • Shira Hochman
  • Kobi Mizrahi
  • Dawit Tekelaeb
  • Daniel Gad
CinematographySaar Mizrahi
Edited byShira Hochman
Music byJoseph Shlomo
Distributed byEroin Corp.
Release dates
October 2019
(Haifa Film Festival)
Running time
21 minutes

White Eye is a 2019 Israeli live-action short film by Tomer Shushan.[1] It was nominated for Best Live Action Short Film at the 93rd Academy Awards.


A man finds his stolen bicycle and it now belongs to a stranger. In his attempts to retrieve the bicycle, he struggles to remain human. [2][3]


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  1. ^ Israeli short film ‘White Eye’ focusing on African migrants nominated for Oscar|The Times of Israel
  2. ^ SXSW 2020 Schedule
  3. ^ Israeli film 'White Eye' nominated for Oscar, Mank leads with 10 honors – The Jerusalem Post
  4. ^ 2021|Oscars.org
  5. ^ White Eye Wins Narrative Short Competition | 2020 SXSW Film Awards by SWXW on YouTube
  6. ^ "White Eye | Palm Springs International Film Festival".