T-Port Blog

University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts (USC) has two films in the running, Olivia Peace’s AGAINST REALITY and Josh Green’s WAVES APART. The latter is available to watch on T-Port. Columbia University has Gabriella Canal and Michael Fearon’s SEASONS. Lastly Filmakademie Baden Württemberg has Eugen Merher’s THE BOY WHO COULDN’T FEEL PAIN.The latter […]
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Ahead of the Karlovy Vary Film Festival this week we caught up with director Alica Bednáriková whose film “Liquid Bread / Chlieb Náš Každodenný” will be screened at the festival, presented by European Film Promotion’s Future Frames programme. The programme puts a spotlight on outstanding young directors from Europe. Ten film students and graduates will […]
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  Jacob Perlmutter made his film “A Wall” during lockdown. The narrative sees a repressed woman falling passionately in love with a wall in her house. We spoke to the filmmaker about the minimalist shoot and why he finds reality more fulfilling than dreams. Tell us about yourself I’m a London-based filmmaker with… my debut […]
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Fantastic news! 7 films by T-Port partners have been selected for Cannes – find out more below:  Scale for: La Semaine de la Critique Joseph Pierce  13min I  Animation I 2022 Salaud Morisset Driving along the motorway, Will loses his sense of scale. As his crippling drug addiction deepens, he struggles to unpick the sequence of […]
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26-year-old Orin Kadoori is a third-year student at the Steve Tisch School of Film and Television at Tel Aviv University. Her film “Sheherut (Kinship)” made the selection for La Cinef at Cannes 2022. We found out more about how it feels to be chosen for such a prestigious honour and what comes next. Tell us […]
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It’s going to be a busy fortnight for director Olga Klyszewicz – whose short film “We Are Not There Tomorrow” premieres as part of the Selection La Cinef at Cannes 2022. We caught up with her to find out how it felt to find out and what this means for her filmmaking future.  Tell us […]
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Powered by T-Port   A programme of new Israeli shorts, including world premiers and award-winning films will be screened at the Short Film Market on February 1, 2022, at 20:15 CET. The screening will also be streamed online via the Shortfilmwire platform.  On January 31, 2022, at 11:00 CET, we will host the filmmakers for […]
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Fantastic news! 5 films on T-Port have been selected for the 94th Academy Award shortlist in the categories “Live Action Short Film” and “Animated Short Film”!       Censor of Dreams   for: Live Action Short Film Léo Berne, Raphaël Rodriguez 18min I  Comedy ; Drama I 2021 Salaud Morisset Night after night The Censor and […]
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  Sometimes we meet a T-Port Talent which we can just bet on being a successful filmmaker in the near future. Jannis Lenz is one of these filmmakers, showcasing an impressive filmography and a list of accolades.  Following his short film, “Battlefield”, we got a chance to learn some more about his emerging career, his […]
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Kijâtai-Alexandra Veillette-Cheezo has an impressive name, and the talent to match it. In her experimental short, “Kijatai”,  featured at the Montreal Festival du nouveau cinéma (FNC) 2021, she explores her forgotten language. As Kijâtai is working on a future film project and pursuing a career in journalism – we got a chance to talk to her […]
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Congratulations to Sivan Noam Shimon and her film Wake Up Call for winning Best Story and Screenplay award at the 2020 Open World Toronto Film Festival (OWTFF)! Watch the Q&A with Sivan after her winning, hosted by Alina Christensen:   Sivan is an Israeli actress, screenwriter, and director. For her leading role in the film […]
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Yoram Ever-Hadani in no stranger to the professional international industry. The 50 years old Israeli filmmaker already has a proven career in directing commercials for international brands such as SodaStream, Mazda, Ford, Mitsubishi. He is also a writer, with 5 children’s books and an adult novel he penned so far. His mesmerizing short film, “Moon […]
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Hilke Rönnfeldt’s independent short film, “Silence of the Fish“, was submitted to T-Port Lighthouse a few months ago, making her eligible for the 2020 European Short Pitch project as a T-Port Talent in the frame of our collaboration with ESP. With her exciting future project, “Duty Free”, Hilke was selected among 11 other Pan-European emerging […]
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Lizete Upite’s animated short film, “Riga’s Lilac”, is one of the most intriguing shorts selected to the 2020 T-Port Lighthouse Selection by curator Wim Vanacker. The film has been selected to many film festivals, including the Palm Springs Shortfest. We got a chance to talk to the promising animation filmmaker Lizete, to get a glimpse […]
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Excited to share that three of the films that made it to the final list and will compete for the grand prize are currently available for professional viewing on our platform through various partners: Da Yie \\ Anthony Nti The Beauty \\ Pascal Schelbli Sweet Potatoes \\ Rommel Villa
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Congratulations to emerging filmmaker and visual artist Shahar Arapov, for making it to the semi-finals of the 2021 Student Academy Awards.
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We are proud to update that 3 of the Beit Berl College films featured on T-Port got excepted to festivals and won awards around the world!
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Maaleh Film -  Terror wins Best Drama at The Berlin Student Film Festival
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June was a busy month for us at T-Port - preparing for Tel-Aviv International Student Festival. The week included over 30 screenings of T-Port films in the three main competitions - International, Israeli and Independent. The successful screenings concluded with a total of 11 awards and special mentions (see below for the full list of winners).
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