- Production Info
Director: Idan Haguel
Supported by: Israel Film Fund – Development Grant
Presented at: Sofia Meetings 2018
After surviving the earthquake in Nepal, 64 years old Yehudit Glick returns home to Israel – determined to rebuild her new life as a pensioner.
Born in 1980, Idan Haguel graduated from the Sapir College Film Department, where he wrote and directed several short films which were shown in festivals in Israel and around the world. He has received scholarships from the Dean of the School and from the America-Israel Cultural Foundation on two occasions, and his diploma film, “I Lost My Job, Mira”, which was shot on 16mm film, won Best Score and Best Sound Design at the 2007 South Film Festival.
Idan’s debut full-length feature film, “Inertia”, was produced independently and premiered internationally at the 2016 Berlinale Film festival. The film was distributed in Israel and in France to critical acclaim. In 2017, Idan participated in the Berlinale Talent Campus Residency.