|Director:||Ayala Ben-Nachum Sharot|
|Screenplay:||Ayala Ben-Nachum Sharot|
|Photography:||Ayala Ben-Nachum Sharot|
|Edition:||Ayala Ben-Nachum Sharot|
|Production:||The Hive Pro Studios|
|Producers:||Amit R. Gicelter|
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Ayala Ben-Nachum Sharot
26' / 2014 / Israel
English and spanish subtitled
Audience vote 6.66
An animated documentary that tells the story of Michal Rechter. Michal was only 14 when she left her home in Poland and travelled to Israel by herself on the eve of the Second World War. Her family was supposed to join her the following year, but when the war started everything changed. Michal's memories come to life in colourful animation depicting her lonely transition from childhood to adulthood.
Athens Ohio Int. Film Festival – Best Short Documentary Film / Haifa Film Festival, Israel – Best Short Film
Oklahoma JFF / Klik Festival – Amsterdam / Cleveland JFF / Tricky Women, Austria / Athens Ohio Int. Film Festival / Haifa Film Festival / St. Louis Festival / Tuscon JFF / Docudays UA, Ukraine / Atlanta Documentary Film Festival / Asif Film Festival / Krakow Film Festival / DOK Leipzig Film Festival / Savannah Film Festival / Chicago Festival of Israeli Cinema / Documentary Forum, Israel
Ayala Sharot is an independent film director and animator with a fresh approach to documentary film making. A graduate of Central St. Martin’s College, in 2006 she produced and directed "Foreigners", a short animated documentary based on interviews with young people from all over the world who live in London. "Foreigners" was screened in film festivals around the world and was later adapted to a short piece for MTV Bloom. Ayala is currently based in Tel Aviv, directing music promos and commercials alongside artistic and independent work.