An impressive short drama about a group of Palestinians who are deported from Israel into Lebanon.
For the past 18 years, Filmmaker Avi Mograbi has been working in the local Israeli feature and commercial film industry as Assistant Director, Script Writer, Production Manager, and Director.
Born in 1956, he studied Art at Ramat Hasharon Art School and Philosophy at Tel Aviv University. He has worked with local and international directors among them: Claude Lelouche, Moshe Mizrahi, Eitan Green, Daniel Vaxman, Renen Shor, Shahar Segal, and Serge Lalou.
Relief, 1999, video installation, 5 minutes in a loop.
How I learned to overcome my fear and love Arik Sharon, 1997, video, 61 minutes, documentary.
The reconstruction, (The Danny Katz murder case) 1994, video, 50 minutes, documentary.
Deportation, 1989, 16mm, 12 minutes.