«Mabul», best cinematography in Haïfa Film Festival

Part of the official competition at the last edition of the Haïfa International Film Festival, Mabul won several prestigious awards, including the Jack Naylor Award for Cinematography in a feature film, which came with a 10,000 shekels prize.

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Haifa Film Festival

The Flood/Mabul

(Israel-Canada-Germany-France)

By ALISSA SIMON <http://www.variety.com/index.asp?layout=bio&peopleID=3326>

The Jack Naylor Award for Cinematography in a Feature Film :

The award, in the sum of 10,000 NIS, was presented to cinematographer Philippe Lavalette for his work on the film Mabul by Guy Nattiv.

The Jury: “One of the pleasures of watching Mabul was the sensitive and eloquent use of a visual cinematic language that holds layers and stories that the spoken language cannot contain. This twilight zone finds a fascinating cinematic expression in the camera of Phillippe Lavalette and the viewer finds himself partly swept partly drowning in the caressing light.”

A UCM Films/Intuitive Pictures/K5 Film/EZ Films production. (International sales: K5 Intl., London.) Produced by Daniel Baur, Antoine de Clermont-Tonnere, Ina Fichman, Tami Leon, Elie Meirovitz, Chilik Michaeli, Avarham Pirchi, Oliver Simon, Geraldine Jourdan, Ken Proulx. Directed by Guy Nattiv. Screenplay, Noa Berman-Herzberg, Nattiv.


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