Credits

 

This film could not have been made
without the love, patience and support of
Philip Touitou
Tristan
Andrei
Amos
Luai
and our family of friends at
The Max Rayne Hand In Hand Bilingual School.

 

Directed by Danae Elon
Produced by Paul Cadieux
Edited by Sophie Farkas Bolla

Original Music
Sound Design
Mix

Olivier Alary
Benoît Dame
Philippe Attié
Online Colorist Philippe Carbonneau
Titles Louis-Gabriel Pothier
Cinematographer Danae Elon
Additional Camera Tomer Shani
Itamar Mendes-Flohr
Claudine Sauvé
Writer
Subtitles
Sophie Farkas Bolla
Beth Elon
Doron Magen
Logging and Research Tamar Katz
Daphne Rustow
Yuval Levy
Associate Producer Nancy Guerin
Festival Strategy Consultant Alesia Weston
Voice Recording
Foley
Foley Recording
Shaun-Nicholas Gallagher
Caboom Audio
Bertrand Duranleau
Still Photography Philip Touitou
Assistant Editor
Additional Assistant Editors
Philippe Rioux
Nelly-Ève Rajotte
Alexandre Gilbert
Cynthia Beaulieu
Marie-Line Picard
Charles Gagné
Closed-Captioning
VTR Operator
Quality Control
Anne-Émanuelle Romanelli
Simon Legault Beaudoin
Véronique Papillon
Technical Directors Simon Cliche
Jérôme Corbeil
Christophe Lygrisse
Production Assistant Ian Tkach
Production Accounting Nathalie Bélanger
Habib Elias
Thierry Niquel
Karine Simard
Production Administrators Andrew Noble
Anne Pagès
Marie-Pierre Rodier
Legal Consultant
Legal Translations
Tony Greenman
Fadi Suidan
Voice Recording Coordinators Patricia Grant
Émilie Huberdeau
Technical Coordinator
Post-Production Director
Martin Lapointe
Isabelle Bouchard

 

 Very Special Thanks
Irene Kronhill
David Drexler
The John Simon Guggenheim Foundation

 

Special Thanks

Richard Abramowitz
Macabit Abramson
Tony Asimakopoulos
Bernard Avishai
Alaa Awad
Laura Bari
Asher Bivas
Amit Breuer
Galit Cahlon
Uri S. Cohen
Bryan Gunnar Cole
Efrat Corem
Denis Côté
Carlo Cresto-Dina
Thomas Dallal
Leena Dallasheh
Andrew Dunn
Amal Elsana-Alhjooj
Yankele Eizenman
Avner Faingulernt
Steven Fischler
Lisette Marie Flanary
John Flock
Maya Frankforter
Nick Frazer
Aya Gamliel
Genia Goland-Minaeva
Lisa Goldman
Yaffa Shira Grossberg
Amer Hajajara
Daphna Israeli
Rachel Leah Jones
Philippa Kowarsky
Nur, Layla, Tamuz Hajajra
Rim Al Hatib
Nehama Hillman
Nadia Kinani
Sireen Janah
Eugene Lemay
Mata Loupassi
Karol Martesko-Fenster
Haya Matarasso (RIP)
Victoria Mills
Bob More
Moishes Movers
The Obeidallah Family
Hany Ouichou
Eyal Oppenhein
Mimi Pakia
Federico Pedroni
Odeya Raz-Cohen
The Saad Shalom Family
Hagar Saad Shalom
Haya Saleh
Peter Scherer
Dominique Sicotte
Fadi Suidan
Osnat Trabelsi
Varda Van Der Wieken
Harry Vaughn
Alesia Weston
Orna Yarmut

 

Dedicated to my mother

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Yoram Mokadi
Michal Rivlin

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Elad Noy, Producer and Acquisitions Coordinator
Edit Pinkas, Head of Acquisitions and Board
Mor Bachar, Accountant
Mina Siman-Tov, Public Relations
Lidor Abir, Board
Avishai Izhak, Digital Marketing Manager
Orit Slutzky, Producer and Acquisitions Coordinator
Hannah Weitzman, Head of Technical Department
Jonathan Slutzky, Technical Department
Bar Abayov, Office Manager

Rinat Klein Maron, Commissioning Editor
Dana Lerner, Head of Programming
Adi Arbel, Head of Development

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The film was produced with the endorsement of
CoPro- Documentary Marketing Foundation .R.A.

Produced with the financial participation of
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Film or Video Production Services Tax Credit

 

© Entre Deux Mondes Productions Inc. 2015

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