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"Now they will hear her again": Google in birthday tribute to Ronit Alkavetz | Israel today


The popular search engine dedicates to the beloved actress a special and exclusive doodle for Internet surfers in Israel and France and honors her work in the field of cinema and her contribution to the status of women in Israel and around the world

The late creator and actress Ronit Alkabetz is today (Sunday) honored and honored by Google in the form of a special doodle to mark the 58th anniversary of her birth. Anyone who visits the Google website in Israel and France throughout the day will be exposed to Ronit's illustration and will learn about her contribution to cinema and the status of women in Israel and around the world.

The illustration, created by the Israeli artist Maya Shleifer, shows the image of Ronit as the movie star who was alongside her well-regarded work behind the camera, as the one who wrote, directed and produced the film trilogy "Take a Wife", "Siva" and "Divorce - The Trial of Vivian Amsalem" ".

The doodle dedicated to Ronit Alkabats.

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The text accompanying the doodle reads: "The trilogy had a tremendous impact on Israeli society and cinema as the one that brought to the screen an authentic representation of an oriental family and as the one that promoted the struggle of agonized women to obtain a divorce in the rabbinic legal system."

Shlomi Elkebats, director, producer, actor and Ronit's brother, said in a statement to the media: "Aronit was moved by this gesture in Israel and France, two countries in which she lived and created.

I think whoever meets her on the computer screen in his home will hear her again.

To think that millions of people in Europe and Israel will remember her, and these values, or know her for the first time, is a tremendous thing.'

Barak Regev, CEO of Google Israel: "Aside from the celebration of the unique talent of Ronit Alkabatz, the doodle is a reminder of her courage and the important legacy she left behind as someone who wrote, directed and played the fight of women for freedom and equality."

Among the women who have been immortalized in the past using Google's doodle are the artist Frida Kahlo, the singers Ella Fitzgerald and Om Kalthom, the scientist Marie Curie and the actress Audrey Hepbron.

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Source: israelhayom

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