A Sonnet for Yuda

1 hour and 17 Minutes and 45 seconds , 2005
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Directed by: Various Directors
A Visual and Cinematic Tribute to the Poems of Yehuda Amichai A Sonnet for Yuda attempts to translate into a visual and cinematic language a few of the poems of Yehuda Amichai, one of Israel’s most prominent poets, who died in 2000. Several filmmakers joined together for this project, creating their own interpretation of Amichai’s poems, using various genres: fiction, documentary, video art, video dance and so on. Each film is like a poem in film, which creates a living, surprising and condensed contact between the poem and the viewers.
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