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חפצים To Feel<br><br>Strong visuals have a power of their own. Especially when the creators have a divinely bestowed talent to evoke emotion. Inbal Pinto and Etgar Keret have joined forces for the first time and created a work that does not fit established categories –  film-story-illustrations-movement-game-music and above all – an exciting aesthetic.

To Feel

Strong visuals have a power of their own. Especially when the creators have a divinely bestowed talent to evoke emotion. Inbal Pinto and Etgar Keret have joined forces for the first time and created a work that does not fit established categories –  film-story-illustrations-movement-game-music and above all – an exciting aesthetic.

By Tami Klein

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Enter the film, and we have no doubt that by its end you will agree with us – Using words… can only do harm. Why? Because it is more important to feel than to echo words; words can also be misleading. Everyone’s emotions are different and unique. Especially when responding to the same basic experience – Covid-19.

חפצים To Feel<br><br>Strong visuals have a power of their own. Especially when the creators have a divinely bestowed talent to evoke emotion. Inbal Pinto and Etgar Keret have joined forces for the first time and created a work that does not fit established categories –  film-story-illustrations-movement-game-music and above all – an exciting aesthetic.

Preparatory sketches for the film – Inbal Pinto

חפצים To Feel<br><br>Strong visuals have a power of their own. Especially when the creators have a divinely bestowed talent to evoke emotion. Inbal Pinto and Etgar Keret have joined forces for the first time and created a work that does not fit established categories –  film-story-illustrations-movement-game-music and above all – an exciting aesthetic.
חפצים To Feel<br><br>Strong visuals have a power of their own. Especially when the creators have a divinely bestowed talent to evoke emotion. Inbal Pinto and Etgar Keret have joined forces for the first time and created a work that does not fit established categories –  film-story-illustrations-movement-game-music and above all – an exciting aesthetic.

Credits

Film By

Inbal Pinto

Etgar Keret

 

Based on the story “Outside” first published in “The New York Times Magazine”  in “The Decameron Project”

 

 With

Moran Muller

Mirai Moriyama

 

Director of Photography: Ziv Berkovich

Editor: Maya Kenig

Art Director: Shmuel Ben Shalom

Producer: Galia Spring Betser

 

Music:

Composition, Violin, Percussions: Umitaro Abe

Vocals: Mayu Gonto

Mandolin, Banjo: Hirofumi Nakamura

 

Crew in Israel:

Sound Designer & Re recording Mixer – Ronen Nagel, Sound Around studios

Sound effects editor – Nati Taub

Foley artist: Miodrag Jakovljevic

Foley mixer: Nikola Kokotovic

Foley editor: Marko Djordjevic

VFX: Eran Feller

Film editing: Edit Studio Sasha Franklin and Talia Goshen

Color editing: Dim Lydkhov

Title Design\Graphic Designer: Noa Schwartz

Gaffer: Ram Tsizling

Key Grip: Guy Naaman

SFX: Nir Zeiri

Set Construction: Gilad Bonneau
                              Sylvain Moreau

Assistant Camera: Ofir Karlstadt

2nd Assistant Camera: Lielle Sand

Assistant art: Lital Gurai

Hair & make-up: Nirit Hirschmann

Production Manager: Noa Gana

Publicist: Hadas Shapira

Production Coordinator: Shira Mints Sagi

Production Assistant: Sagi Aviram

Translation into English: Jessica Cohen

 

Crew in Japan:

Director of Photography: Sou Matsuzawa

Hair & make-up: Motoko Suga

Costume: Mayumi Sugiyama, SAQULAI,Inc

Stage technician: Takashi Kawachi

Venue: Wacoal Art Center

Translator to Japanese: Takafumi Akimoto
Stills photographer: Noam Levinger

 

Sponsored by:

Factory 54

Supported by:

Embassy of Israel, Tokyo

With the assistance of:

Mishkenot Sha’ananim

Dalia and the late Professor Yossi Prashker

The Israeli Opera

 

Special thanks to:

Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art

ZAZ10TS

 

With the support of:

Kawade Shobo Publishing

 

In cooperation with:

Saitama Arts Theater

 

A huge thank you to Arieh Rosen, who came up with the idea for this collaboration

 

Personal Thanks to:

Ifat Irani

Ronny Irani

Michal Kalish

Moti Schwartz

Zach Granit

Julia Pevzner

Yuki Uchida

Shira Geffen

Shaul Betser

Shani Pridan

Neta Amit Moreau

Shahaf Boaron

Rinat Aharonson

Tzili Cherani

Aya Luria

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