Directed by Eldad Buganim and Israel Winkler
ROAD 40 SOUTH
A feature film Mor Acted in, telling seven short love stories in the south of Israel.
Nominated for the Israeli academy awards 2015.
TALKING HEAD RERRING
During the COVID-19 Lockdown Mor Created a short film for the 8th edition of KarteNoire2502 inspired by the theme "Red herring".
An auto-ironic essay about the search of identity and meaning.
A fish with existential nausea, the Dalai Lama in the toilet, Klaus Kinski on the wall, a freudian coffee cup and hipster Einstein meet in Morke’s apartment.
Wrote and acted: Mor Dovrat
Camera: Samuel Müller
Editing: Mor Dovrat
COFFEE I LOVED YOU
During the first COVID-19 Lockdown Mor Created a short film for the 7th edition of KarteNoire2502.
"Coffee I loved you" is a pseudo-philosophical musical essay about the pursuit of happiness.
Morke and her best friend, the laptop, embark on a journey together to discover what happiness really means. With self-irony the artist is confronting us with the paradox of happiness - "Where ignorance is bliss, 'Tis folly to be wise" (Thomas Gray)
Written and Performed by Mor Dovrat
Text extract from Slavoj Zizek "why be happy when you can be interesting?"
Music written by Yan Kogan and Mor Dovrat
Mor's debut short film as a director.
Premiered May 2016 in the 69th Cannes Film Festival.