For the 17th time, a film from the Tisch School has been accepted to the Cannes Film Festival
"Kinship" by Orin Kadouri from Tel Aviv University is traveling to the Cannes Film Festival
The film "Kinship" was accepted to the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, as part of the La Cinéf competition, which is dedicated to the future generation of filmmakers. The competition was established within the Cannes Film Festival in 1998 and aims to discover the next generation of leading filmmakers and encourage the continuation of their original and innovative work. In addition, the film will have its local premiere this year at the International Student Film Festival in Tel Aviv as part of the Israeli competition.
"Kinship" examines the boundaries between a young daughter and her widowed father from a place of attachment and control. A new woman who emerges her father's life, for the first time since her mother's death, undermines the intimate and fragile bond between the two of them. The daughter will do everything in her power to restore her place in her father's life, and to be the center of his life again.
Pic by: Eugene Grebenchuk
"Kinship" is a second-year film by 26-year-old Orin Kadouri from Holon, as part of her studies at the Steve Tisch School of Film and Television at Tel Aviv University. The film was supervised by journalist and director Dalia Karpel and the head of the school, Prof. Yaron Bloch. Today, Orin is a third-year student at the Steve Tisch School of Film and Television at Tel Aviv University. In the past, she studied fashion photography at the Ron Kedmi Workshops School, and also screenwriting under the direction of Roi Malih Reshef. "Kinship" is Orin's first film.
This is the 17th (!) Time that the school has been accepted to the official Cannes Student Competition, and for the last three years in a row. In 1999, "Im Hukim" (With Rules) by director Dover Koshvili was the first film to be accepted into the competition and even won second place. In 2002 Aya Somekh with her film "Questions of a Dead Worker" also won second place, and in 2005 the director Mia Dreyfus also won second place with her final film "Visiting Hours". Other young directors who have walked the red carpet over the years are: Hadar Morag, Haim Tabakman, Amit Skomsky, Yaniv Berman, Maayan Rif, Yuval Shani and more.