Best of Fest
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.
The Israeli film, WHITE EYE, has a universal message about the tension between grace and justice - and how our own cultural biases can influence how we respond to that tension.
Striking cinematography and strong performance left me engaged throughout this twenty minute one-shot-take. It haunts me still……. — Lauren (Head Programmer)
Drama, Social Justice/Human Rights
Tomer Shushan is a writer and a film director from Israel who graduated from the Film Department of Minshar School of Art, Tel Aviv, with Excellence scholarship 2016.
He directed a short film INSIDE SHELLS, which screened at FIPA and São Paulo International Short Film Festival among others. His second short film WHITE EYE won the best short film award at Haifa International Film Festival and the 2020 Narrative Short Jury Award at SXSW Film Festival. He's currently developing his first feature film BETWEEN THE SACRED AND THE SECULAR and the Israeli TV series TORSO.
Director: Tomer Shushan
Producers: Shira Hochman (MINA Films) / Kobi Mizrahi (KM Productions)
Writer: Tomer Shushan
Cinematographer: Saar Mizrahi
Editor: Shira Hochman
Production Designer: Nitzan Zifrut
Sound Designer: Nin Hazan
Music: Yosefi Shlomo
Cast: Daniel Gad, Dawit Tekelaeb
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE