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Amos Gitai


Born in Haifa in 1950, as the second son of architect Munio Weinraub and former Sionist activist Efratia Margalit. On the year of his birth, his parents changed the family name to "Gitai", which is the Hebrew translation of the German name "Weinraub". While he was a student in architecture, Amos Gitai joined the Yom Kippur war in 1973 as a reserve ... See full bio »

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Known For

September 11
September 11 Director
(2002)
Kadosh
Kadosh Director
(1999)
Free Zone
Free Zone Director
(2005)
Kippur
Kippur Director
(2000)

Filmography

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 2014 Words with Gods (segment "The Book of Amos")
 2014 Tsili
 2013 Ana Arabia
 2013 Venice 70: Future Reloaded (Documentary)
 2012 Lullaby to My Father (Documentary)
 2009 Carmel
 2007 Disengagement
 2007 To Each His Own Cinema (segment "Le Dibbouk de Haifa")
 2006 Home: News from House (Documentary)
 2005 Free Zone
 2004 Welcome to São Paulo (Documentary)
 2004/II Promised Land
 2003 Alila
 2002 September 11 (segment "Israel", as Amos Gitaï)
 2002 Kedma
 2001 Wadi Grand Canyon 2001 (Video documentary)
 2001/I Eden
 2000 Kippur
 1999 Zion, Auto-Emancipation (Documentary)
 1999 Kadosh
 1998 A House in Jerusalem (Documentary)
 1998 Tapuz (Documentary)
 1998 Yom Yom
 1997 War and Peace in Vesoul (Documentary)
 1996 Zirat Ha'Rezach (Documentary)
 1994 Te'atron Hahaim (Documentary)
 1988 Brand New Day (Documentary)
 1986 Esther
 1984 Ananas
 1982 Yoman Sadeh (Documentary)
 1981 American Mythologies (Documentary)
 1981 Wadi (Documentary short)
 1980 Bayit (Documentary)
 1979 Bikur Carter B'Israel (Short)
 1979 Cultural Celebrities (Documentary)
 1979 M'Ora'ot Wadi Salib (Short)
 1978 Architectura (Short)
 1978 Wadi Rushima (Short)
 1977 Political Myths (Short)
 1977 Shikun (Short)
 1976 Charisma (Short)
 1974 Ahare (Short)
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