"When I was a kid, every week I'd cross central Tel Aviv, climb the stairs and find myself in Berlin. Grandmother lived here for 70 years as if she'd never left Germany." Gilda Tuchler died a month ago and now her daughter and grandchildren face the task of deciding what stays and what goes.
When Israeli filmmaker Arnon Goldfinger's grandmother Gerda Tuchler passed away at the age of 98, his extended family gathered at the Tel Aviv flat where she had lived for 70 years. Together, they began the task of dismantling a life well-lived.
Even if it seems like there is nothing new to say about the Holocaust (at least cinematically), young Israeli filmmakers are using the camera in original, stylistically rich, and philosophically meaningful ways.