Highway 443 begins at the shore and ends in Jerusalem; therefore it has always been a main axis, important in terms of geography, security and spirituality. As far back as the days of the Old Testament, this land was the site of many battles. The film focuses on the small moments that make up life surrounding the highway. Quaint stories form one gentle, threadlike, elusive narrative.
Erez Miller graduated from Bezalel, The academy of art and design, Jerusalem, video and new media department, in 2008. In 2009-2010 – lecturer at Avni Institute of Art & Design, Tel Aviv.
My Father (2005), Landscape (2006), 443 (2010)