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Alamork Marsha


Born in 1980 in Awash, Ethiopia, Alamork moved to Israel in 1991. After graduating boarding school, completing her mandatory military service and following a research job, Alamork was caught under the spell of cinema.

She studied at the Tel Hai College where she directed her first short Mulu (Special Mention, TLV Student IFF).


She continued to the selective Sam Spiegel Film School and graduated in 2012.


During her studies, she directed Korki (Montreal IFF, Wiesbaden IFF, Wolgin competition and more) and her diploma film Cleaning Time.


Fig Treewhich won the 2014 Lab's 1st prize, will be Alamork’s first feature film.

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