Sderot, Last Exit

Sderot, Last Exit (2012)
Long métrage Documentaire - 78' - En distribution

Written and directed by Osvalde Lewat

The film school of Sderot, located in the south of Israel 2 km from the Gaza border, is a microcosm of daily life in the country. Jews, Muslims, Christians, Palestinians, Israelis, left-wing radicals and nationalists share classrooms but rarely opinions. Here, cinema isn’t just an artistic pursuit. It is a nakedly political act. This film school is a sociological laboratory, confronting complex paradoxical ideologies and political positioning. It is a place of cultural geopolitics, intent on redefining perceived boundaries...


Directed by Osvalde Lewat
Produced by Aurélien Bodinaux
Production Neon Rouge

In Collaboration with
Waza Images

Distribution AMIP

Technical Details: 

Shot on HDV
Genre Documentary – colors
Language Arabic, Hebrew, English
Subtitles French, English
Format 16/9
Sound Stereo

Photos from the film:

Festival International du Film Francophone - non competitive (Namur, 2013)
FIPA - Compétition documentaire de création (Biarritz 2012)
Festival de films de femmes - Official Competition (Créteil 2012)

New York African FIlm Festival - non competitive (New York 2012)