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During a new annual awards ceremony called the "Shish Collar Award for Excellence in Film and Television" designed to honor the work of those behind the camera, Sarah Miri Aloni

Miri Aloni (Photo: Ezra Patel)

At the end of the week, a new annual honoring project in Israeli art was launched - "Shesh Collar Award for excellence in cinema and television".

The award was initiated and budgeted by the veteran filmmaker Shesh Kohler, and she serves as the president of the award's board of trustees and the head of the jury, the winner of the Israel Award, the actress Gila Almagor-Agmon.

The award is intended for the first time to honor the work over the years of important role holders behind the camera, who have remained transparent over the years.

The winners were awarded at an awards ceremony that included a cash grant of ten thousand NIS for each winner, within seven categories in line with the "Magnificent Seven" which include the roles of editor, won by Danny Schick, assistant director, won by Lee-Eth Heller, assistant Photographer (Focus Fuller) which was won by Rami Siman Tov, screenplay director which was won by Grace Beniush, chief grip which was won by Efi Ajami, chief illustrator which was won by Avi Abrahami and also an academic lecturer/teacher/ It was won by Nachman Ingber.


Miri Aloni (Photo: Ezra Patel)

At this year's ceremony hosted by Yoav Ginai, the best classics from Israeli cinema and television for their generations were performed by Oshik Levy ("Policeman Azulai"), Miri Aloni ("Hadva and Shmolik") and Tal Sondak ("Two Fingers from Sidon").

Throughout the event, leading artists and creators whose careers were linked to Kohler's - such as Anat Atzmon, Ili Gorlitsky, Michal Bat Adam and others - congratulated and handed out awards, and in addition, congratulatory videos of Itai Tiran from Vienna, Boaz Davidson Full of Angels and others were broadcast.

One of the most moving moments in the ceremony was recorded when Miri Aloni, whose leg was amputated about a year and a half ago, performed "Hadva and Shlomik" in a wheelchair from an accessible place in the stands.

The musicians were on stage while she remained in the audience and sang from there to the applause of the spectators.

Watch the performance above

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Source: walla

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