Neta Garti is a theatre, film, and television actress. In theatre, Garty is known for her work with the Cameri Theatre where she has appeared as the lead in a wide range of plays: Highlights of her stage credits include Hamlet, The Caucasian Chalk Circle, All my Sons, Our Class, and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? for which she won an Israeli Theatre Award for Best Supporting Actress. Garty’s big screen break came with her role in Avi Nesher’s Turn Left at the End of the World (2004) for which she earned an Ophir nomination. Garty has since continued to appear in films and highlights of her work include: Love Life (Maria Schrader, 2007), The Debt (Assaf Bernstein, 2012), and Little Simico’s Great Fantasy (Arik Lubetzki, 2011). Garty’s television work features series such as The Arbitrator, Screenz, On Any Saturday, The Ran Quadruplets, and Fauda.


Lost Islands

Directed by Reshef Levi, 2008
איים אבודים
Rental English subs.

105 min.


Love Life

Directed by Maria Schrader, 2007
חיי אהבה

113 min.


Wild Dogs

Directed by Arnon Zadok, 2007
רק כלבים רצים חופשי

101 min.

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