Everything Will Change
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Three Israeli high school students go on a class trip to Poland to visit the Holocaust memorial site. It is their last time together before a stint in the army. Between visiting concentration camp sites and memorials to the victims, the shy Frisch, the artist Nitzan, and the class Romeo, Ido, face typical teenage problems and fears, while grappling with past trauma and identity issues. The film premiered at the Berlinale, and won Best Film in Youth Category at the festival in Zlín.
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Asaf Saban (Israel, 1979) is a screenwriter and director who lives and works in Tel Aviv. He graduated from Beit-Berl College. In recent years, he has collaborated with a number of Israeli artists on audiovisual projects that have been presented in museums around the world, including Tate Modern in London and the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. In 2017, he shot his first feature film Outdoors. His second feature Delegation premiered at the Berlinale.