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A girl, 11 years old, left alone at home by her mother, meets a man in his 40s who comes to install a peephole in the family’s door. The menacing presence of the door turning on its hinges, threatens to imprison the girl in the house that is supposed to protect her from physical or sexual threat.

"Do Not Open the Door" can also be found on the project compilation, "Makom" curated by Amit Goren. A specific “place,” (”makom” in Hebrew) chosen from a personal and creative point of view, can become a revealing and enlightening fragment of reality; a filmic-artistic focus, in turn, can imbue a place with new meaning while recreating it as an experience of discovery.  Twenty Israeli artists, filmmakers and authors, each created a five minute digital video about a place.

 

 

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 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

Do Not Open the Door

A girl, 11 years old, left alone at home by her mother, meets a man in his 40s who comes to install a peephole in the family’s door. The menacing presence of the door turning on its hinges, threatens to imprison the girl in the house that is supposed to protect her from physical or sexual threat.

"Do Not Open the Door" can also be found on the project compilation, "Makom" curated by Amit Goren. A specific “place,” (”makom” in Hebrew) chosen from a personal and creative point of view, can become a revealing and enlightening fragment of reality; a filmic-artistic focus, in turn, can imbue a place with new meaning while recreating it as an experience of discovery.  Twenty Israeli artists, filmmakers and authors, each created a five minute digital video about a place.

 

 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis