T-Port Blog

16 short film projects will be chosen for this exciting program - one of those spots is reserved for applicants from T-Port!
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T-Port Selection Filmmaker, Dana Lerer is the winner of the T-Port Talent Village Award at Les Arcs Film Festival with her first feature project, ‘Double Happiness’. 
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Little Hands, The short film by Rémi Allier, represented by our partners, Salaud Morisset, has been announced for the Oscars shortlist.
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The Home Front, a short film presented on T-Port Selection by director Tal Inbar was selected for Flickerfest - The Australian International Short Film Festival in Sydney
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The Maaleh School of Film and television have received two awards at the Jerusalem Jewish Film Festival (19-26 December 2019) at the Israeli Short Competition. Pop 30 (Shira Billig) – Won for Best Film Simple Things (Liel Sharon Sharon Gur) – received an honorary Mention. The Juries comments –  Pop 30 “The viewer of Pop […]
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The acclaimed French-German distribution company is now showcasing some of their new and leading titles on T-Port, including Student Academy winners Bonobo, November 1st and Dog Eat Dog
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The market was held between November 21-23 in Italy and presented 25 of T-Port films in the market’s video library.
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The film "Almost Liam" by Sapir Rokach won the Camera of David Award for the Best Documentary Short at the Warsaw Jewish Film Festival
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Our partners - Salaud Morisset, University of Southern California and The Polish National Film, Television and Theatre School, Lodz received students academy awards for their films. Click to read and see winning films!
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T-Port Films have been showcased at festivals worldwide during the summer festivals. click for all the updates!
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Three of our films were selected this year for the Jerusalem Film Festival. Image of Victory by Adi Mishnayot (The Steve Tisch School of Film and Television, Tel Aviv University) won the Van Leer Award for Best Short Documentary.
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Last March, T-Port has expanded its activities to independent filmmakers with T-Port Selection. T-Port Selection is a curated collection of the finest and latest independent films from Israel. This is a first step T-Port is taking to broaden its circle of influence for emerging filmmakers, soon expanding to more territories
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