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Angel or Devil
Stav Axenfeld
A battered cliché claims that "a picture is worth a thousand words," and another pertains that "the image speaks for itself." But what can we do when there are no words and what is the role of spoken and written language in a field in which line, color, material, composition and texture - are so central?
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Garment, Body and Soul
Shula Keshet
Where do we draw the imaginary line between the woman and her clothes; between the characters she brings to the screen and what happens in her life? When does the real world end and theory start, and vice versa? The connection between Ronit Elkabetz and Sister – for Women in Israel organization.
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On the Refusal to be Called Witch | Ronit Elkabetz's Extraordinary Women
Zohar Elmakias
A look at cinematic moments from Ronit Elkabetz’s work, analyzed in light of the allusion to witchcraft and as a force-field of personal and artistic work.
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Some introductory notes on Vision and Observation
Itamar Levi
Sometimes seriousness is our prison. Sometimes this seriousness, the honest desire to see the real beyond the screen, is itself the blind sport. Seriousness is the screen itself. 
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Letters - Type(face)s with Character
Yael Segal Hermoni
The way a font is designed holds special importance in the Hebrew language. By its very nature the Hebrew letter is not easy to read, there are but few differences between the letters, and oftentimes the reader identifies the letter after reading the whole word.
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serious Fun
Sו An Van Der Zipp
It is an almost idyllic family scene: Jaime Hayon at work while his youngest son sleeps in the buggy and his wife, artist and photographer Nienke Klunder, records the drawing process with her camera. In preparation for his solo exhibition in the Groninger Museum, which marks the completion of his first ten years as a designer/artist
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