Asher Tlalim

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Don't Touch My Holocaust (1994) | Galoot (2003) | Am V'Tslilav - Mantova, Vienna, St. Petersburg (1998)
Ascher de Bentolila Tlalim
Mar 30, 1950 (age 67)

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Past Television (2 titles)YEAREPISODE COUNT
  • Primary photo for P.O.V.P.O.V. (TV Series) Thanks ( 1 episode, 2008 )  Less 2008 1
  • Primary photo for T'KumaT'Kuma (TV Mini-series) Director ( 1 episode, 1998 )  Less 1998 1
  • Primary photo for Freedom2speak v2.0Freedom2speak v2.0 Himself - Director, Israel (as Ascher de Bentolila Tlalim)  Less 2004
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Additional Credits (submitted by page owner via IMDb Resume)

  • The Guitar * – Associate Producer Richard Beecham
  • The Chop * – Associate Producer Lewis Rose

Additional Awards (submitted by page owner via IMDb Resume)

  • American Academy Award * – Shortlisted for Best Live Action Short Film 2008
  • Infinity Film Festival * – Excellence Award 2004
  • Hollywood Film Festival * – Finalist 1999
  • Israeli Academy Award (subsequently named Ophir) * – Best Documentary Award 1994
  • New York Festivals * – Finalist 1993
  • Science and Arts Minister Award * – Film Director and Screenwriter Award 1995
  • Jerusalem Film Festival * – Wolgin Award 1990

Additional Resume Info (submitted by page owner via IMDb Resume)

  • * Asher Tlalim is an award-winning Israeli filmmaker, based in London, whose films have been shown in the Berlinale, Montreal FF, Hamptons FF, Chicago FF, Hollywood FF, IDFA, Sheffield FF and others. Amongst his awards, Asher received the Israeli Academy Award (subsequently named Ophir) for Don't Touch my Holocaust (150min, 1994), Excellence Awards for Galoot (100min, 2003), My Yiddishe Mama's Dream (62min, 1999), Wolgin Award for his trilogy All The Lonely People (180min,1990). In 2009 Sidney Turtelbaum - a short film which Asher was its Associate Producer - was shortlisted for the American Academy Awards. A retrospective of 20 (out of over 50) of Tlalim's films was screened in Tel-Aviv, Jerusalem and all over Israel during February 2010.
    Tlalim has edited dozens of films, co-produced 23 films, three animation series of 13 short episodes and a long animation film.
    Since 2007 Tlalim has been running the Pears Short Film Fund at the UK Jewish Film Festival, which supports young and emerging British Filmmakers with grants.
    In parallel with filmmaking, Tlalim has been involved with film education. Since 2009 Tlalim has been a staff member of the NFTS (National Film and TV School of the UK). In Israel he was part of the teaching team who started the prestigious Sam Spiegel Jerusalem Film School and the unique religious film school Ma'aleh. He was also a staff member of the Film Department of the Tel-Aviv University, the Bezalel Art Academy and Beit Berl.
    Tlalim was the founder, main lecturer and Head of the Screen Studies of the Jerusalem Cinematheque for 15 years. He was the Head of the Editing Department of the IBA (Israel Broadcasting Authority). He has taught Editing, Film-Poetry, Fiction and Documentary
    Directing at the Sam Spiegel Jerusalem Film School; Editing and Documentary
    Direction at Tel-Aviv University Film Department for 17 years and Video Art
    and the History of Cinema at the Bezalel Academy of Art in Jerusalem.

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