Articles about HOT
Munich Games writers Michal Aviram and Martin Behnke reveal how they overcame their long-distance relationship to partner on this political thriller, which focuses on a new threat upon the 50th anniversary of the 1972 Olympic Games massacre.
Moon Years dramatises Aviv Geffen’s journey from complicated teenager to the biggest rock star in Israel. He and producer Hadas Mozes Lichtenstein reveal how they turned his life into a musical biopic.
Writer Shir Reuven and director Talya Lavie introduce Sad City Girls, an Israeli dramedy about the highs and lows experienced by two friends finding their way into adulthood.
Eli Ben-David and Héloïse Godet, the stars of Israeli drama The Attaché, discuss their collaboration in front of and behind the camera on this relationship drama set in the aftermath of a terrorist attack in Paris.
Losing Alice stars Ayelet Zurer and Lihi Kornowski and creator Sigal Avin discuss the intense Israeli psychological drama and the charged relationship between its central characters.
Israeli comic Reshef Levi tells DQ how he looked to his own life for the inspiration for his award-winning series Nehama, about a father-of-five who decides to chase his dreams after being confronted by tragedy.
A parallel-future Israel is split between religious and secular societies in Autonomies. DQ meets co-creator Ori Elon, producer Efrat Dror and broadcaster HOT’s head of production Guy Levy to hear why the dystopian drama has echoes of contemporary society.
Zion Baruch, creator and star of Israeli drama Juda, and director Meni Yaesh discuss making the eight-part thriller about a low-life hustler who gets caught up in a world of French mobsters and Romanian vampires.