Shlomi Elkabetz rose to fame with the trilogy about the place of women in the Israeli society with To Take a Wife, Shiva and The Trial of Viviane Amsalem, co-written with his sister Ronit Elkabetz. With Black Notebooks, selected at the Festival de Cannes (2021), he went on differently this intimate and artistic conversation with his sister, deceased in 2016, through a two-films portait where fiction and documentary combine to deliver a reflection on life and death. Versatile performer, he stared in the HBO TV series Our Boys (2019) ; produced several films among them In Between (2016) by Maysaloun Hamoud, her TV series Nafas (2020) and recently Ead by Yosef Abu Magiam, Cause You’re Ugly by Sharon Angelheart, I Cant Say No to Myself by Hadas Ben Aroya and Golden Heart by Efrat Corem. He’s currently working on his upcoming film as director Maria.
- Member La Cinef & Short Films, 2023