Tathe


Sam Spiegel
Sam Spiegel

Ran returns to the kibbutz to visit his father, who has suffered a sudden heart attack. There's been no contact between the two since Ran returned to his religious roots. Driving a rickety Hasidic van—which breaks down along the way---Ran is anxious about the impending encounter with his father and the options for reconciliation.


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Tathe

Written and Directed by: Yaniv Linton

Fic. 24:32 min, 2012, HD, Color

Production: The Sam Spiegel Film & TV School - Jerusalem (JSFS)

Language: Hebrew with English subtitles

Ran returns to the kibbutz to visit his father, who has suffered a sudden heart attack. There's been no contact between the two since Ran returned to his religious roots. Driving a rickety Hasidic van—which breaks down along the way---Ran is anxious

about the impending encounter with his father and the options for reconciliation.


FESTIVALS: The International Student Film Festival Tel Aviv, Israel, 2012; Galilee’s Short Film Festival, Kiryat Shmona, Israel, 2012; Jerusalem Films Festival, Israel, 2012; Montreal World Film Festival, Canada, 2012; VGIK International Student Festival, Moscow 2012; Kustendorf International Film & Music Festival, Kusetendorf, Serbia, 2013; Sardinia film festival, Sassari, Italy 2013; The International Short Film Festival "Sesily", Tbilisi, Georgia, 2014;

 

AWARDS:

  • Best Director Award: Galilee’s Short Film Festival, Kiryat Shmona, Israel, 2012
  • Special Mention: The International Student Film Festival Tel Aviv, Israel, 2012
  • Best Student Film Award: Jerusalem Films Festival, Israel, 2012
  • Third Prize: Kustendorf International Film & Music Festival, Serbia, 2013;