Cinephil

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    Cinephil is an international sales and advisory firm, with a strong reputation for securing international distribution, broadcasting and financing deals for documentaries from around the world on behalf of filmmakers. With a history of selling unique and award-winning films, Cinephil also acts as a strategic advisor and co-producer.

    Facilitating the sale and financing of well over a hundred films, Cinephil represented (and produced) the 2013 Academy Award nominee The Gatekeepers; 2014 Academy Award nominee The Act of Killing, executive-produced by Werner Herzog and Errol Morris; Cathedrals of Culture, a 3D project executive-produced by Wim Wenders and including films by Wim Wenders and Robert Redford, and Martin Scorsese’s documentary The 50 Year Argument.

    The company has co-produced many films, including The Gatekeepers and Dror Shaul’s Sweet Mud, which won the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance and the Crystal Bear at the Berlin Film Festival. Recent titles include Sundance winners FLEE by Jonas Poher Rasmussen and President by Camilla Nielsson, Collective by Alexander Nanau, Gunda by Victor Kossakovsky and The Ross Brothers' Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets.

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    Blue Box

    • Michal Weits
    • 2021

      Blue Boxes were part of a fundraising campaign to purchase the land in Palestine. Joseph Weits, orchestrated the acquisition and expropriation of the lands. His diaries reveal an uncomfortable truth.

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      He's My Brother

      • Cille Hannibal
      • 2021

        Peter experiences life differently. Without the ability to hear, see, or speak, his family must do this for him. Sister Christine is now coming to terms with the fact that she will become his guardian.

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        Children of the Enemy

        • Gorki Glaser-Müller
        • 2021

          One man’s lonely struggle to free his seven grandchildren from a prison camp in Syria in an unforgettable film about an inflamed political dilemma.

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          A Jewish Life

          • Christian Krönes, Florian Weigensamer, Christian Kermer, Roland Schrotthofer
          • 2021

            Marko Feingold survived the concentration camps of Auschwitz, Neuengamme, Dachau and Buchenwald. At the age of 105, A Jewish Life is his story, in his own words shortly before his death.

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            President

            • Camilla Nielsson
            • 2021

              Zimbabwe is at a crossroad. In the first election since the removal of Mugabe, Chamisa is challenging the dictator’s corrupt legacy. A riveting reminder that the fight for democracy is universal.

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              The Rossellinis

              • Alessandro Rossellini
              • 2020

                Roberto Rossellini was the head of a large extended family now dispersed across the globe. Alessandro Rossellini, the eldest grandson, at the age of 55 makes his debut film about the family legacy.

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                Stay Home

                • Maren Victoria Thingnæs, Marianne Mørk
                • 2021

                  In STAY HOME, we experience the first year of the pandemic through the eyes of 11 children and teenagers, from eight different countries around the world.

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                  Lebanon: Borders of Blood

                  • Duki Dror
                  • 2020

                    Lebanon is on the brink of collapse. Tracing the country’s history reveals how a minor regional crisis escalated into a full-blown conflict.

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                    Grossman

                    • Adi Arbel
                    • 2021

                      David Grossman shares honest, private and intimate insights on camera, and exposes the delicate and complex connection between his novels and his personal life.

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                      Schocken: A Self-Made Man

                      • Noemi Schory
                      • 2020

                        Salman Schocken was the King of department stores in Germany before WWII. After the war, the family immigrated to Palestine where he founded a publishing house and acquired the Haaretz newspaper.

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