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Israeli Academy of Film and Television

Israeli Academy of Film and Television
Founded 1990
Founder Ricky Shelah
Location
  • Israel
Members
750
Key people
Eitan Even
David Gurfinkel
Alon Abutbul
Website http://www.israelfilmacademy.co.il/

The Israeli Academy of Film and Television is a board includes representatives of content creators, the film and television industry, representatives of local authorities and public figures. As of 2012, the board is chaired by the producer Eitan Evan and has 22 members.

Each year the academy gives the Israeli Film Academy Award (Ophir Award) for outstanding Israeli films. Since 2003, in light of the progress made by the television industry, the academy added a separate ceremony in the creative realm of television.

External links

  • Official website (Hebrew)
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