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IgorVeMasa Ha'Agurim

igor
International title Igor and the Cranes’ Journey
Section 50 edición - Enfants Terribles
Country Israel, Alemania, Polonia
Year 2012
Color / B&W Color
Running time 90 min.
Original language Hebreo
Director Evgeny Ruman
Screenplay Dita Guery, Eitan Londner
Film Editing Ernest Aranov
Photography Adam Sikora
Music Antoni Komasa-Lazarkiewicz
Production Chilik Michaeli, Avraham Pirchi, Piotr Mularuk, Magdalena Napieracz, Emely Christians
Production design Wojciech Zogala
Cast Itai Shcherback (Igor), Tomasz Sobczak (Peter), Ola Schur Selektar (Tanya)
Producer UCM - United Channels Movies
Distribution Company / Ventas internacionales: Sola Media GmbH
Synopsis
The crane is an incredible bird. Monogamous by nature, they spend their life with the same couple. In winter huge crane flocks living in Russia migrate and travel long distances to reach Africa in a dangerous trip. Igor knows this because his father is an ornithologist that devotes his life to monitoring cranes, even if that has cost him his marriage. Igor knows because, even though he has had to move with his mother to Israel to start a new life, he monitors the cranes’ trip on the Internet. But if he wants to see his father again he will have to do much more: create a home for the cranes in Israel. Adaptation of the novel by Aki Shavit and shot between Poland and Israel, the film had its world premiere in the section for children in the last edition of Toronto International Film Festival.
Director bio
Evgeny Ruman was born in Minsk, former USSR, in 1979 but he moved to Israel when he was 11. He got a degree from the Film and TV School in Tel Aviv University and since he has worked as director and editor in different projects. He is also the mastermind behind In Between the Lines, the first TV series in Russian broadcast in Israel. After directing short films and the TV movie Lenin in October (2010), Igor is his first long feature.