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Ophir Awards 2022: "Valeria Gets Married" and "Karaoke" lead in the number of nominations - voila! culture

2022-08-10T12:15:12.146Z

Also nominated for the best film award are "The Road to Eilat", "Sabaya Cinema" and "Where's Anne Frank" - the only one of them that has been distributed so far. Sasson Gabbay and Dana Ivegi may make history



Ophir Awards 2022: "Valeria Gets Married" and "Karaoke" lead in the number of nominations

Also nominated for the best film award are "The Road to Eilat", "Sabaya Cinema" and "Where's Anne Frank" - the only one of them that has been distributed so far.

Maor Zagori is nominated for the directing award for his autobiographical film, and Shashon Gabbay and Dana Ivegi may make history and become the most decorated actors since the award was founded

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10/08/2022

Wednesday, August 10, 2022, 3:00 p.m. Updated: 3:04 p.m.

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The trailer for the movie "Where is Anne Frank?"

(Cannes Film Festival)

"Karaoke" and "Valeria Gets Married" are the leading films in the number of nominations at the Ophir Awards - this is what the Israel Film and Television Academy announced today (Wednesday).



"Karaoke" by Moshe Rosenthal deals with an aging couple whose lives are shaken by the appearance of a neighbor who enjoys singing in public, while "Valeria Gets Married" by Michal Vinik - one of the few films in this year's competition directed by women - deals with Ukrainian women who marry Israeli men.

Both films received 14 nominations each, and will compete head-to-head for both the Best Picture Award and the Director category.



The five nominees for the best film award - and for the opportunity to represent Israel at the Oscars - are completed by Yona Rosenkiar's "The Road to Eilat", about a father and son's journey from the north of the country to the southern city after which it is named;

"Sabaya Cinema" by Orit Fox-Rotem, which describes a videography workshop with the participation of Jewish and Arab women;

And "Where's Anne Frank" by Ari Pullman - the only film in the competition that was distributed commercially.

In an unprecedented way, this is the second time in a row that an Israeli animated film competes for the best film award, after last year "Legend of Destruction" won the honor.

The directing category is almost the same, but instead of Pullman, Maor Zagori is nominated for "Virgins", his autobiographical and first full-length film.

This is the first nomination for the directing award for all five nominees.

Will sweep the ceremony?

From "Karaoke" (Photo: Daniel Miller)

And maybe he is?

From "Valeria Gets Married" (Photo: Guy Raz)

The acting categories may provide history: if Sasson Gabbay, who is nominated for the best leading actor award for "Karaoke", wins it - he will overtake Asi Dayan, Moshe Ivgi and Lior Ashkenazi and become the first Israeli actor with four Ophir awards.

For this he will have to overcome Yoel Rosenkiar ("The Road to Eilat"), Yaakov Zeda Daniel ("Valeria Gets Married"), Maor Levy ("Virgins") and Maurice Cohen ("The Silence").

In a similar situation is Dana Ivegi, who is nominated for the best leading actress award for two different films - "Sabaya Cinema" and the docu-drama "Savoy".

If she wins over Livna Finkelstein ("Silence"), Lena Freifeld ("Valeria Gets Married") and Rita Shukron ("Karaoke") - she will overtake Ronit Alkavetz and become the most decorated actress in the history of the ceremony with four different wins.



The docu category marks the dominance of Hot8, which is responsible for three of the five nominees in the longest documentary category - "Tantura" in question, "Anat Gov, about life and death", and "Eshte Hail".

The top five is completed by "Dr. Morris's Camera" (Yes Docu) and Shlomi Alkabetz's film about his sister, the actress Ronit Alkabetz, "Black Notebooks" (here 11). The short film category consists mostly of films about artists and art: "The Artist's Daughter" About the painter Vladimir Lensky; "Grossman" about the acclaimed writer; "Zoya Cheraksky, Soviet Life" which deals with the artist of the same name; "Zvi Omer" which tells the story of the friendship of Eric Einstein and Zvi Shissel; as well as "The Seven Years of Avshalom" about the Israeli artist He died in the blood of his days.

A journey from the north to the south.

From "The Road to Eilat" (Photo: Oded Ashkenazi)

Will Dana Ivegi make history?

From "Sabaya Cinema" (Photo: Ella Barak and Green Productions)

The Ophir Awards ceremony will be held on September 18 at Zappa Midtown in Tel Aviv, and will be broadcast a few hours later on Beshet 12, at 11:00 p.m.

The academy promises that this year the ceremony will undergo a format refresh, and will become rhythmic, festive and shorter."

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The full list of candidates:

The best Israeli feature film


Where is Anne Frank


The road to Eilat


Valeria gets married


Cinema Sabaya


Karaoke



The best long documentary (over 60 min.)


The wife


of Dr. Morris


Tantura 's camera crew


from black


friends Anat Gov, about life and death



The best short documentary (up to 60 Min.)


The artist's daughter


Grossman


Zoya Cheraksky Chaim Soviets


Zvi says


the seven years of Absalom



the best short feature film


Please wait for the representative


It's time for me to die


to love you I don't owe you a


quarry A letter to

Rousseau 's


pig

Best director

Orit Fores Rotem - Cinema Sabaya

Yona Rosenkiar

- The road to Eilat







Maor Zagori - virgins


Michal Vinik - Valeria marries


Moshe Rosenthal - Karaoke

Second time in a row that an animated film is nominated.

"Where's Anne Frank?" (Photo: Bridget Pullman Film Gang)

The best actress in the main role


Dana Ivgi - Savoy


Dana Ivgi - Cinema Sabaya Livna


Finkelstein - The silence


Lena Freifeld - Valeria marries


Rita Shukron - Karaoke



The best actor in the main role


Yoel Rosenkiar - The road to Eilat


Yaakov Zeda Daniel - Valeria marries


Maor Levy - Virgins


Maurice Cohen - The Silence


Sasson Gabbay - Karaoke



The Best Actress in the Role of Mishna


Aviva Ngusa - The Road to Eilat


Esti Zakheim - The Silence


Joanna Said - Cinema Sabaya


Moran Rosenblatt - As if There is No Tomorrow


Tiki Dayan - Nobody's Children



Best Actor in the Role of Mishna


Avraham Shalom Levy - Valeria Gets Married


Doron Tabori - the gospel according to Yehuda


Dean Miroshnikov - as if there is no tomorrow


Lior Ashkenazi - Karaoke


Moni Moshunov - Everything I Can


Shmuel Viluzheni - The Road to Eilat

Best Screenplay Award


Orit Fox Rotem - Sabaya Cinema


Zohar Wagner - Savoy


Yona Rosenkiar - The Road to Eilat


Maor Zagori - Virgins


Michal Vinik - Valeria Gets Married


Moshe Rosenthal - Karaoke



Best Cinematography


Itay Marom - Sabaya Cinema


Boaz Yonatan Yaakov - Virgins


Guy Raz - Valeria Gets Married


Daniel Miller - Karaoke


Oded Ashkenazi - The Road to Eilat



The best original music


Gal Lev, Lior Perla - Karaoke


Dafna Keenan - Valeria Marries


Israel Bright - The Road to Eilat


Frank Chaim Ilfman, Omer Hershman, Shuli Rand - Nobody's Children


Karni Postel - Sabaya Cinema The



Editing The

best


Or Li-Tal - The way to Eilat


Dafi Perbman - Karaoke


Maya Koenig - Valeria is getting married


Neta Dvorkis - Cinema Sabaya


Nili Feller, who may teach - Savoy



The best artistic design


Eitan Levy - June 0


Yonatan Braskin - The road to Eilat


Ido Dolev - Karaoke


Amir Yaron - Virgins


Shonit Aharoni - Valeria marries


Shaked Naor - Savoy

Nominated for the directing award.

Maor Zagori in the filming of "Virgins" (Photo: Doron Ofer)

Best costume design


Yam Brosilovsky - Karaoke


Maya Leibovitch - Valeria gets married


Maya Leibovitch - Savoy


Inbal Shuki - June 0


Rachel Ben Dahan - Cinema Sabaya



Best makeup


Orly Ronen - Cinema Sabaya


Ingrid Siebert - Karaoke


Karin Geva - Valeria marries


Ronit Dogo Arbiv - Savoy


Rinat Aloni - June 0



The best casting


Orit Azoulai - Valeria is getting married


Hila Yuval - June 0 Hamotel Zem


-Kastel - The Road to Eilat Hamotel Zem


-Kastel - Karaoke


Emmanuel Meir - Sabaya Cinema Best



Soundtrack


Aviv Aldame - Where is Anne Frank


Aviv Aldame, Oded Ringel - Savoy


Vitali Greenspan, Avi Mizrahi - karaoke


Ronan Nagel, Ashi Milo - Valeria is getting married


Seagull and Geshal - Sabaya Cinema

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