Moni Moshonov, one of Israel’s most beloved and successful actors, got his first major motion picture role when director Judd Ne’eman cast him in Paratroopers (1977), where Moshonov co-starred with Gidi Gov. However, Moshonov would only become a household name later down the line in the 1980s, when he starred in the hit TV satire programme, Zehu Ze! along with Shlomo Bar-Aba, Doval’e Glickman, Avi Kushnir, and Gidi Gov. The programme, which shot to cult status, ran for two decades; first airing on Israel’s Channel 1 and later, on Channel 2. On top of his prolific TV and entertainment work, Moshonov has appeared in a range of plays, and has starred in countless films, including Every Time we Say Goodbye (Moshé Mizrahi, 1986), War Zone (Nathaniel Gutman, 1987), Kvalim (Tzvi Shissel, 1992), Bésame Mucho (Joseph Pitchhadze, 2000), Kedma (Amos Gitai, 2002), Year Zero (Joseph Pitchhadze, 2004), Jaffa (Keren Yedaya, 2009), and Hunting Elephants (Reshef Levi, 2013). His role in Dover Kosashvili’s Late Marriage (2001) won Moshonov an Ophir Award for Best Supporting Actor.


The Belly Dancer

Directed by Marek Rozenbaum, 2006

89 min.


Year Zero

Directed by Joseph Pitchhadze, 2004
שנת אפס

130 min.


Gift from Above

Directed by Dover Kosashvili, 2003
מתנה משמיים

113 min.


Late Marriage

Directed by Dover Kosashvili, 2001
חתונה מאוחרת
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102 min.


Besame Mucho

Directed by Joseph Pitchhadze, 2000
בסמה מוצ
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114 min.



Directed by Yehuda (Judd) Neeman, 1977
מסע אלונקות
Rental English subs.

88 min.

Student Film


Directed by Renen Schorr, 1977
English subs.

23 min.

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