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יעל פרלוב

יעל פרלוב

עורכת דוקומנטרי ועלילתי. סרטים שערכה: 'חתונה מאוחרת' (2008), 'גולדה', 'המתנחלים', יומני פרלוב' ועוד. למדה באוניברסיטת ת"א.

Editor and Producer (selective list):


2005 – "The Garden That Floated Away" (producer and editor)
( 55 min,documentary )A portrait of the Polish writer Ida Fink
Channel 2 Israel. Bought by Planette-Poland
Director: Ruth Walk
2004 – "Kibbutz" (editor). ( 55 min,documentary )
Kibbutz –in the changing condition of the Israeli reality
Monpellier Film Festival
Director: Rachel Schwartz
2003 – "Golda" (editor). ( 54 min,documentary)
A portrait of former Prime-minister of Israel, Golda Meir.
Channel 8 Israel; Co-produced with TV channels in Belgium, Finland and Denmark.
Director: Ruth Walk
2003 – "The Birthday Party" (producer and editor)/ (64 min., documentary)
A group of friends, survivors of Auschwitz as children, celebrate a yearly collective birthday on Liberation Day, May 5th.
Co-produced with NikMedia, the Netherlands; – Channel 2, Israel
Banff Television Festival ,Cananda(2004)
"Boston JFF" (2004)
Director: Ruth Walk


2003 –  "A Gift From Above" (100 min., feature film)
Director: Dover Kosashvili. Feature film, 35 mm,
2002 – "The Settlers" ("Tel Rumeida")(editor). 60 min.; Jewish extreme religious settlers living among Palestinians  in the heart of Hebron.
Co-produced with: BBC, UK; Pre-bought by: TV Ontario, Canada;
DRTV    Denmark; YLE, Finland
Berlin Film Festival (Forum) 2002
Doc-Aviv Film Festival, Tel Aviv 2002
Director: Ruth Walk
2001 – "Late Marriage" (editor). Feature film, 35 mm, Co-produced by ARTE France. A young new immigrant from Georgia seeking a wife, struggling between old traditional customs and the modern Israeli reality.
Cannes Film Festival, May 2001
Jerusalem Film Festival (2001), 1st prize
Israel Cinema Academy Prizes, among them for editor
Director: Dover Kosashvili. 
2001 – "The Balcony" (producer and editor). video, 50 min.;
A leading Israeli actor, Israel Bekker, spending his 83rd year among his friends and family. Berlin Film Festival (FORUM) 2001
Israel Channel 8 TV; Israel Film Service
Director: Ruth Walk
1999 –  Luciano Berio, A Composer (supervising editor)
Director: Reuven Hecker, video, 60 min. Co-produced by ARTE/ZDF, ORF, Israeli TV channel 8. A portrait of Italian composer Luciano Berio
Montreal and Biarritz Film Festivals
Director:Reuven Hecker
1999 –  "Katy"  (editor). Director: Rachel Shwartz, video, 50 min.
A young soldier-singer re-unined with her mother after many years.
Jerusalem Film Festival; Channel 2 TV.
1998 –  "The Sons of David" (editor). Director: Ido Glas, video, 50 min.
Co-produced by Israeli TV channel 1 and PLANETE, France.
Pre-military school for Israeli National-Religious youth, located in a settlement in the West Bank, and thrives to raise the next generation of the country’s leaders.
1997 –  "Pinkas' Dream" (editor). Director: Ruth Walk, video, 54 min.
An 80 year old Israeli farmer follows a dream and flies to Kurdistan, under dangerous conditions, to bring to Israel his long forgotten sister – now a Muslim – and her family.
Jerusalem Film Festival Jury Prize;
ARTE-France (La sept): Broadcast January 4th, 2001
Gצtingen Film Festival; Freiburg Documentary Festival; Taiwan Film Festival
Channel 2, Israeli TV
1997 –  "With Laws" (editor). Director: Dover Kosashvili, 16 mm, 35 min.
A drama about a Georgian-born family, new immigrants to Israel in the 70s.
Jerusalem film festival: 1st prize
Cannes Film Festival (young) (1999): 2nd prize.
Munich Student Festival (1998): Jury Prize.
1996 –  "The Six Day War" (editor). Director: Reuven Hecker, video, 55 min.
The first chapter in the 5-hour prestigious historical TV series Tekuma: The First Fifty Years. Israeli TV channel 1
1996 –  "Pawns" (editor). Director: Reuven Hecker, video, 52 min.
Israeli army paratroopers serving in Lebanon and engaged in a guerilla war.
Festivals: Biarritz-FIPA (France).
1996 –  Haut Cuisine Goes Kosher in Jerusalem (editor)
Director: Noemi Ben-Natan Schory. Co-produced by PBS, CVT, SBS (Australia), TVO (Canada), Canal+ (France), Israeli TV channel 2.
Twelve top international chefs gather in Jerusalem to prepare the ultimate Kosher meal.
1992-94 Various reportages–short documentaries, 20-30 min. for Uvda (FACT): a weekly program on Israeli TV channel 2.
1992 – "Sanjin" (editor). Director: July Schlez, video, 52 min.; Israeli TV channel 2. New immigrants in Israel, living in contemporary caravans under rough conditions.
Jerusalem Film Festival (1992) – 1st prize.
1992 –  Born in Berlin – Three Women (editor)
Director: Noemi Ben-Natan Schory, 16 mm, 75 min.; The story of three Israeli German-born women.
1991 –  Tel Katzir (editor). Director: David Perlov, video, 52 min.; Israeli TV channel 1. Life in a peaceful northern Kibbutz in Israel, formerly threatened and hit by Syrian shells.
1988 –  "Gunmen" (editor). Director: Reuven Hecker, 16 mm, 50 min.; Israeli Film Service. A year in the life of combat soldiers in the Israeli army.
1988 –  Gustave Eiffel (editor). Director: Regine Chopinot, 5 mm, 12 min.; for Musee d'Orsay Video Dance about the Eiffel Tower.
1985-89 – "Diary" (editor). Director: David Perlov, 16 mm, 6 hrs; Co-produced by British Channel 4
Israeli TV Channel 2
Cinema of Tel Aviv Museum
"Pompidou Center-Retrospective" 2005
First assistant editor (selective list):
1981-83  Shoah. Director: Claude Lanzman, 16 mm, 9.5 hrs; Paris
1980  "The Jews of the United States"
Director: Amos Gitai, 16 mm, 50 min, Israeli TV channel 1.
A panorama of Jewish history in the United States.
1980  "Ladino". Director: David Perlov, 16 mm, 50 min, Israeli Film Service.
The almost extinct language and culture of Spanish-born and Spain-related Jews.

Teaching


1994–Present: Lectures and teaches editing in the Cinema Department, Faculty of Arts, Tel Aviv University.
1992–99: Lectures at Jerusalem Sam Spiegel Film & Television School.

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