In the works
1. "Through The Smoked Glass"
90. min. Feature. The
about the life of Jacob Frank (1726-1791) . It is
based on the book: "CANDLE AT NOON" by Yoram Bar. It unravels the unbelievable
story of Jacob Frank and his followers. These, relatively unknown events,
influenced modern Jewish and western thinking.
scripts with MS Access
Even if you don't have programming background you can
accomplish serious tasks with Microsoft Access
software. MS Access is used usually for little businesses (for
making lists of products, prices, addresses, phone numbers, invoices etc.),
but it is great with film script processing.
Proposal for a Documentary Series - Seven Chapters, 25 min. each.
Each one of us wants to change something in his life. Why on earth would
we want to do such a silly thing? Why change? What is wrong with who I am? Why
do I need change at all? Maybe because change is the essence of life, or
life is the essence of change?
are the roots of human knowledge? What is Indigenous knowledge?
How does it affect our life today? How
will it affect the future? What universal laws unite all human
knowledge? These exciting questions and more are the
inspiring drive behind “Earth Wisdom”.
5. Kabala – Paradise
Marvel - Synopsis
Have you ever wondered:
What supremely powerful
principles govern our world?
How can we deepen our
understanding of these principles and of our life?
Why do we use only 2% of our
How can a three year old boy compose a symphony?
What is miraculous in our life?
questions and more are the subject of the seven chapter documentary series "Kabala –
Paradise Marvel". Script: Judith Sternberg,
Valerie S. Carr and Miri Ariel.
One & All - Synopsis
Thirteen-Part (50 min. each) Documentary Series
The Human Mosaic:
From the Amazon Jungle to hi-tech centers in
, we chose twelve
diverse communities spread around the world that will reappear throughout
the series to help explore universal questions. This colorful human
mosaic will bring to light the hidden web that binds us all to one human
Anat Ganor, Gary Brint and Miri Ariel
We invite you to a think-tank
for a new Science Fiction concept. Your responses will fertilize a film script
we are writing titled: 'Kabbalah-Blah-Blah'. Most Science
Fiction films adore the technological advances of our times, and therefore
project into the future more of the same thing. The proposed film, 'Kabbalah-Blah-Blah, will present a new kind of science fiction
concept that will confront the audience with the
meeting their true mind potential and to depend less and less on modern
technology. In our vision, future humans will realize that our modern progress
is a shallow choice that has blocked man from real mental development.
Bridge at Rishikesh
In 1994 Paul Bennett, a young advertising copywriter from Highland Park in
Chicago decided to take a trip to India with friends Tom and Rachel.
They’d been fascinated by the sub-continent since their High School days.
Like thousands of young Americans, skeptical of their role in the brashest
capitalist economy on earth, and also wondering whether there was
something else to life...they decided to go see it.
9. Crime Time
Hadas Shtief, the investigative journalist of IDF radio, is a symbol of
street journalism, which is disappearing from our world. Her microphone is
always on the pulse of life. She confesses that her everyday life is like a
horror film. She breathes the streets 24 hours a day without taking a
break, without getting tired, without fear. She starts her day early
without knowing when it is going to end. She doesn't have a dull moment.
She is running around from an explosion to a shooting incident, reporting
crimes, exposing corruption stories.
10. Flag Thaumatrope