CEASED TO BE

DOCUMENTARY | ISRAEL | 2018 | 54 MINUTES

A film by Idit Ben Shimol

Idit’s uncle died when he was a baby. 60 years after his presumed death, Idit is determined to find his place of burial.
 

Her naive search exposes a series of children disappearances and turns into a restless investigation into an allegedly organized and well-orchestrated kidnapping that took place during the early years of Israel’s establishment.

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Commissioned by

Production companies Black Sheep Film Productions, 
Producers 
Saar Yogev, Naomi Levari, Alona Refua

Camera Yaniv Linton, Saar Mizrahi
Ron Bavarsky, Zohar Kligman
Editor Tor ben Mayor, Idit Ben Shimol
Sound Recordists Sharon Luzon, Zohar Kligman, Michael Roytich, Eran Ben-Isaac, Tuli Chen
Sound Designer Shahaf Wagshall
Music Tamar Eisenman 

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