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Nadav Lapid


Nadav Lapid, born in Tel Aviv, studied philosophy at the University of Tel-Aviv and literature in Paris.


In 2006, Nadav graduated the Sam Spiegel Film & Television School, Jerusalem.


His 50-minute graduation film, Emile’s Girlfriend, was screened in Cannes 2006 Cinefondation Competition. The film was commercially distributed in theaters throughout France and was bought by ARTE.


Road, his school’s first short, was screened at the Berlin Film Festival, Locarno and many other international film festivals.


His first feature, Policeman, won the jury award at the Locarno Film Festival 2011. Policeman won fifteen awards in international film festivals, was bought for theatrical release in more than twenty territories, was screened in numerous festivals, including the New York Film Festival and the London Film Festival and was selected in the American critics polls as one of the best films of 2011.


The Kidergarten Teacher, for which Nadav won the 2nd place prize at the 2012 Jerusalem International Film Lab, will be his second feature film, and will premiere at the 2014 Cannes Critic's Week.

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