Dover Kosashvili is a Georgian-born Israeli director, screenwriter, and film actor. His short film, With Rules (Im Hukim) (1999), which he wrote and directed during his studies at Tel Aviv University won him awards both at the Jerusalem and Cannes film festivals. In 2001, he directed Late Marriage, his first feature-length film, starring Lior Ashkenazi and the late Ronit Elkabetz. The film went on to become of the most successful Israeli productions of all time. It was shown around the world, winning scores of awards, including the Wolgin Prize at the Jerusalem Film Festival and a whopping 10 Ophir awards (four of which went to the cast, with an additional two going straight to Kosashvili for writing and directing.) Kosahvili later directed a string of feature films including Gift from Above (2003), Infiltration (2010), Single Plus (2012), and Love Birds (2017). In 2019, he took home another Ophir Award, this time for an acting role in Gur Bentwich’s Peaches and Cream.


Peaches and Cream

Directed by Gur Bentwich, 2019
קצפת ודובדבנים
Rental English subs.

92 min.



Directed by Dover Kosashvili, 2009
התגנבות יחידים

121 min.


Gift from Above

Directed by Dover Kosashvili, 2003
מתנה משמיים

113 min.


Late Marriage

Directed by Dover Kosashvili, 2001
חתונה מאוחרת
Rental English subs.

102 min.

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