Magazine article Screen International

Israeli Critics Honour Zero Motivation

Magazine article Screen International

Israeli Critics Honour Zero Motivation

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Israeli Film Critics Association chooses Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel as best international film.

The Israeli Film Critics Association selected its best films of 2014. Zero Motivation, written and directed by Talya Lavie, was named best film of the year. Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel, distributed in Israel by Forum Film, was named best international film of 2014.

Sasson Gabai was chosen as best actor for Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem. Dana Ivgy was named best actress for her portrayal of Zohar, a disgruntled soldier in Zero Motivation.

Newcomer Talya Lavie was chosen as best director and best screenwriter of the year for her debut film Zero Motivation. A supporting actress in the film, Tamara Klingon, was named Discovery of the Year.

The critics gave their Artistic Achievement Award went to cinematographer Nadav Hekselman for his work on Funeral at Noon.

Films had to be released in Israel between January and mid-December this year. …

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