T-Port Blog

  Filip Mojzeš’ short film, “Angina Pectoris“, follows Zoran, an average man with a comfortable, petty-bourgeois lifestyle. One summer night, on the way back from work, Zoran makes an unplanned stop at a store. His reckless reaction to a sudden death will force him to confront the things he is most afraid of.  The film […]
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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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Klaudia Kęska’s short film, “Last Days of Summer”, is a beautiful gut-wrenching coming of age story, that doesn’t shy away from dealing with deep and painful subjects. The film, produced at the Krzysztof Kieślowski Film School at the University of Silesia in Katowice, became a festival star with prestigious selections to Krakow Film Festival, Warsaw […]
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Kennedy Kao’s short film, “Danica’s Mom”, is a gentle and inspiring drama following A mother of two going through her daily weekday routine: waiting for her daughter to call her back. The film was spotlighted at the 2020 Festival du nouveau cinéma (FNC) at Montreal, and has since gained a lot more industry attention.  Between […]
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Four emerging T-Port filmmakers will soon embark on their journey with their short films to Cannes Film Festival. Varying in genre, style, subject matter and country – the films represent a specific moment in film history, as in the world in general. We had a chance to talk with the young auteurs right before they […]
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Four emerging T-Port filmmakers will soon embark on their journey to the 2021 Cannes Film Festival with their short films. Varying in genre, style, subject matter and country – the films represent a specific moment in film history, as in the world in general. We had a chance to talk with the young auteurs right […]
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Arti Savchenko’s short film, “Vlada Goes to London”, is one of the most exciting, engaging and thought-provoking films on T-Port. It’s not surprising it’s becoming a real festival darling, with selections to Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival (POFF) and Palm Springs ShortFest. Between his festival appearances, we managed to speak with Arti about the ideas […]
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  There are not many films similar to Anja Giele’s “Illusion of Seclusion” on T-Port. Her personal and experimental dance film is captivating and demonstrates how much can be achieved with minimal cinematic tools. Two women, dancing. Recently, we got a chance to talk to Anja, who is already fully invested in her latest commercial […]
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Jennifer Kolbe is an upcoming filmmaker, animator and artist. In her latest short film, “Milk”, she investigates a simple yet powerful premise: What would happen if people were to be used the same way as dairy cows? The animated short was selected to top festivals including Annecy, Berlin Festival of Animation, Kurzfilm Wettbewerb Göttingen and […]
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Laura Kamugisha is a 23 years old Canadian filmmaker of Congo-Rwandan origin, based in Montreal. Her latest short film, the experimental “Mitochondrial”, was selected and highlighted by festivals such as NFC and ScreenCulture UK. We got a chance to talk to Laura, to get a better sense of her artistic ambitions, future projects and the […]
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As a new year slowly unfolds, we are extremely excited to share with you the works and stories of three of the promising upcoming filmmakers from Salaud Morisset’s international catalogue of short films. All three films are available for professional viewing on the Salaud Morisset page on T-Port, alongside many more films from their expanding […]
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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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Nina Hopf’s unforgettable animated experimental short film, “Eadem Cutis: The Same Skin”, was submitted to T-Port Lighthouse a few months ago and selected by curator Wim Vanacker for the 2020 T-Port Lighthouse official selection. The film was already selected to screen at various leading festivals worldwide, including Sundance, Filmfest Dresden, Berlin Independent Film Festival and […]
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Shay Fellner’s independent short film, “Romantica.com”, was submitted to T-Port Lighthouse a few months ago and selected by curator Kathleen McInnis for the 2020 T-Port Lighthouse official selection. The film was already selected to screen at various festivals worldwide. including Vancouver International Film Festival, Haifa International Film Festival and TISFF. Lately, we got a chance […]
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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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We had the pleasure of hosting Asaph Polonsky for our first session of T-Port Compass - a series of live Instagram talks with filmmakers and industry professionals.
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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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Gal Sagy’s short film, “Grey Zone“, has become some what of a festival star, with selections to various festivals including Tribeca, Torino Short Film Market, and more. Now, as the film was selected to the 2020 T-Port Lighthouse Selection by curator Kathleen McInnis, we got a chance to talk to the young filmmaker to find […]
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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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A project will be selected for the Talent Village among the projects who applied through T-Port.
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We were delighted to take part in the CoPro 22 Student Lab.
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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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