The Lab The Projects The Sam Spiegel School The Venue Our Supporters
International Advisory Board Jury Script Editors Principle Scout Participants Decision Makers Lab's Directors
Target Participants Eligibility The Lab's Obligations The Participant's Obligations Registration
Accreditation Form Page submission
Publications From the Press
Photo Gallery Page
The Lab's Closing Events



In a perfect world, Lily Brooke would have grown up with a father who wanted her in his life, a mother not addicted to pills, an older sister with a conscience, and a brother who didn’t need her naked to help him masturbate.

But you can’t always get what you want... and Lily finds herself in her living room, staring at four dead bodies. She goes to her therapist after hours, to confess and make sense of this confusing day. But Lily’s therapist isn’t home. Her teenage, judgmental, insensitive daughter is.

Lily finds herself once more, locked in a battle of wills for some serious adult attention.


Family has received funding from the Israel Film Fund and was accepted to the 2014 Berlinale Co-Production Market.


Family won the first prize at the 2013 Jerusalem International Film Lab.


This project is released/to be released.

 Writer & Director: Veronica Kedar
 Producer: Mosh Danon (Contact Info)
View complete news list >>
Paul Negoescu Alumni of the Lab Pays Homage to Woody Allen With ‘Summer Lover’ bows in Transilvania’s Romanian Days
Announcing the Lab 8th edition Workshop dates: December 9-16 2018, March 24-29 2019
The Big Winners of The 2018 Film Lab: "Anatolian Leopard” and “Born in Jerusalem and Still Alive"
Registration \ Scouting for the Lab's 9th edition will open on Feb 2019
Home   I  About   I  Becoming Part of the Lab   I  Contact Us
Website created by