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Dani Rosenberg

 

Dani Rosenberg was born in Tel Aviv in 1979 and graduated with honors from the Sam Spiegel Film & Television School, Jerusalem in 2007. 

His first short, Fence, was featured in Cannes Cinéfondation Competition 2004. His later shorts were shown in numerous prestigious international festivals including Berlinale (Susya, 2011 and Don Quixote in Jerusalem, 2006), and were awarded a number of prizes, among them a Special Mention at the Berlinale for Don Quixote in Jerusalem, Best Short Film at the Busan Film Festival, a Jerusalem Film Festival award for Red Toy and Best Short Film for Susya at the Milano Film Festival.

 

During 2007-2008 Dani directed his graduation film, Homeland. The film was chosen by an international filmmaker’s jury for the second place of the best films ever from the Sam Spiegel Film School, for its 20th anniversary.

 

Dani won the 2nd place prize at the 2013 Jerusalem International Film Lab for The Vanishing Soldier, which will be his first feature film.

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