(Israel, France, Germany 2016) 70 min. Directed by Yariv Mozer A six-hour interview with David Ben-Gurion emerges from the obscurity of an archive where it has lain unrecognized for decades. Ben-Gurion is 82 years old and lives in the desert, remote from all political discourse, which allows him a perspective on the Zionist enterprise, and a surprising vision for the future of Israel.
(Israel, Catalonia 2013) Directed by Yariv Mozer. A psychological thriller. Boaz, 25, a beautiful student, receives anonymous, obsessive love letters that undermines his sexual identity. Who is the man who has invaded Boaz’s private life? And why has he chosen him specifically? Based on a short story by author Yossi Avni Levy. (85 min.)
(Israel, Netherlands 2012) Directed by Yariv Mozer Doc Aviv Special Jury Award Frameline San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival Outstanding Documentary Feature Award An untold side of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Gay Palestinians - Louie, Abdu and Fares - are hiding in Tel Aviv, and until they escape, they must remain 'the invisible men.' (70 min.)
(Israel, 2008) Directed by Yariv Mozer Co-produced by ZDF Arte At the age of 28, I was drafted as a soldier in the Second Lebanon War. Instinctively, I grabbed my video camera. The film recalls the lack of justice in that unnecessary war and the loss of valuable lives. This war was my personal earthquake as well as for the nation as a whole. (82 min.)
(Israel, 2009) Directed by Yariv Mozer They are two of Israel’s most charismatic female singers and close friends. Achinoam Nini (Noa) is Jewish and Mira Awad is Arab, and their decision to represent Israel at the Eurovision Song Contest together in 2009 made musical history. But the timing could not have been more difficult, coming just months after Israel’s military operation in Gaza. (70 min.)
(Israel, 2009) Directed by Yariv Mozer Written by Yiftach Mizrahi Five short episodes present different relationships between men on the same double bed. Inspire by "Bed Scenes" (1998) of François Ozon.
(USA, Israel 2012) Directed by Michael Lucas and Yariv Mozer When many people think of Israel, it is often in terms of modern war or ancient religion. But there is much more to the Jewish state than missiles and prayers. In his debut as a documentary filmmaker, adult-film entrepreneur and political columnist Michael Lucas examines a side of Israel that is too often overlooked: its thriving gay community. (50 min.)
(Israel 2011) Directed by Ruth Walk The stories of Jeannette Ordman, the Baroness Bat Sheva de Rothschild and the Bat Dor dance company, which the two women founded. (50 min.)
(Israel, France, Turkey 2012) Directed by : Hiam Abbass 2012 Venice Film Festival Summer 2006, the war between Israel and Lebanon exploded. A Palestinian family lives in an Arab village in Israel situated on the border With Lebanon. The little wars between the different members of this family become as merciless as the outside war. (88 min.)