Kafka's Last Story

  • בימוי: Sagi Bornstein
  • הפקה: Sagi Bornstein, Christian Drewing
  • צילום: Eliran Knoller
  • עריכה: Sagi Bornstein, Roni Ben-Gal
  • תסריט: Sagi Bornstein
  • תחקיר: Ofer Aderet
  • מוזיקה מקורית: Omer Frenkel
  • עיצוב פס-קול: Shai Fahima
  • שפה: Hebrew, English, German
  • שפת תרגום: English

גופים תומכים / גוף שידור

The New Fund for Cinema and TV The Second Authority for Television and Radio Arte SWR SVT

השתתפות בפסטיבלים

DocAviv 2011 DokLeipzig 2011 ​Caravan Jewish Film Festival Romania, 2014 ​WorldFest Houston, USA, 2012 ​Detective International Film Festival Russia, 2012 ​Bucharest Jewish Film Festival Romania, 2012 ​International Francophone Film Festival Bratislava, Slovakia, 2012 ​Toronto Jewish Film Festival, Canada, 2012 ​Westchester Jewish Film Festival USA, 2012 Westchester Jewish Film Festival USA, 2012 ​TV Bar Film Festival, Montenegro 2011 ​UK Jewish Film Festival, 2011


Special Jury Remi Award WorldFest Houston, USA, 2012 Special Jury Mention Moscow International Detective Film Festival, 2012 Best Author's Approach XVI International TV Festival Bar Montenegro, 2011

יצירת קשר: Udi Nir

While the world may be eternally grateful to Max Brod for preserving some of the greatest works of 20th century literature and transforming Franz Kafka into a global cultural icon, Kafka himself may be turning in his grave. Kafka’s final wish stated that “all that is left in my estate must be burned completely, without reading”, was famously disregarded by his closest friend, and the rest is literary history. However, nearly a century after Kafka’s untimely death, the fate of his invaluable manuscripts is at the heart of a heated debate involving millions of dollars and political wrangling between Israel…

Israel, Germany 2011, 53 דקות

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