Avi Mograbi (* 1956 in Tel Aviv , Hebrew אבי מוגרבי) is an Israeli documentary filmmaker . His films are often experimental in form and take a critical look at Israel's policy towards the Palestinians .
Mograbi studied philosophy at Tel Aviv University from 1979 to 1982 and art at Ramat Hasharon Art School. After completing his studies, he worked as a director and production assistant before directing his first own film in 1989.
In 2009 Mograbi received the Konrad Wolf Prize of the Berlin Academy of the Arts , endowed with 5,000 euros , which honored him as a “committed contemporary witness of the conflicts in the Middle East”.
- 1989: Deportation (short film)
- 1994: The Reconstruction
- 1997: How I Learned to Overcome My Fear and Love Arik Sharon
- 1999: Happy Birthday, Mr. Mograbi
- 2002: August: A Moment Before the Eruption
- 2002: Wait it's the soldiers, I have to hang up now (short film)
- 2004: Detail (short film)
- 2005: Avenge But One of My Two Eyes
- 2008: Z32
- 2012: Once I Entered a Garden
- 2016: Between Fences (OT: Bein gderot)
- Avi Mograbi in the Internet Movie Database (English)
- Interview with Avi Mograbi on his film Avenge But One of My Two Eyes
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||אבי מוגרבי (Hebrew)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Israeli documentary filmmaker|
|DATE OF BIRTH||1956|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Tel Aviv|