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The Death of Shula
Mota Shel Shula - Asaf Korman
- Fiction


Israël - 2006 - 24 mn 10 s - Réalisation : Asaf Korman - Scénario : Asaf Korman - Image : Adam Zaslavsky - Décor : Dana Ivgy - Montage : Asaf Korman - Son : Yonatan Rosenbaum, Ronen Nagel - Interprétation : Yosef Carmon, Tami Eshel Korman, Asaf Korman, Michal Korman, Liron Ben-Shlush -

Contact : Minshar for Art - 18, David Chachmy St - 67778 Tel-Aviv - Israël - Tél : 972 3 688 70 90 - - web : www.minshar.org.il

Corum - Salle Pasteur Lundi 29 octobre 2007, 16 h 00
Corum - Salle Pasteur Jeudi 1 novembre 2007, 18 h 00

Shula, the old dog of the Korman family, is put to sleep. Father Yossi embarks on a burial journey with her body tied to the rooftop of his old car, inside a cardboard box. Intense forces of life, banal and mundane, interrupt the rest of his day. The director of this movie and the members of his family play themselves in a story based on reality.

Asaf Korman

Born in Israel in 1982. He made his first short film (End Credits) in the age of eighteen, as a high school graduation project. The film was screened in national Israeli television and received respectful reviews. Later on he made several independent shorts, while expanding his skills in music and acting, until enrolling to cinema studies in the Camera Obscura school for art in Tel-Aviv. His second year film (Birthday) was premiered at the Jerusalem film festival and later screened in Bulgaria and Germany. The Death of Shula is his graduation film from "Minshar for Art – School and Center", a new, innovative art school in Tel-Aviv.