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The Red Toy - Reel Intercultural Dialogue
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The Red Toy - Reel Intercultural Dialogue

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A toy tape, emitting a simple beat that becomes a rythm, randomly changes hands in the alleyways of Jerusalem Old City. Transcending the various occupants of the enclave, its journey sketches the varying portraits and characters of the City - Arabs, Jews, soldiers, tourists and a local boy, who desires simple freedom.

Winner of the 2004 Wolgin Award for Best Short Film at the Jerusalem Film Festival.

This short film is part of the DVD Reel Intercultural Dialogue

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Place/Country: Israel
Type: Docufiction
Author/Personalities: Dani Rosenberg, director.
Production: Sam Spiegel Film & TV School, Jerusalem, producer. UNESCO, co-producer.
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Rights/Droits: UNESCO

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