In My Room

Year
2017
Country
Israel
Duration
70’
Director
Ayelet Albenda

In My Room is an archive-based coming-of-age film. It takes place within the rooms of six teenagers around the world, using materials shot by them behind closed doors and then posted on YouTube. It lets us see them grow and change in front of our eyes on their way to becoming what they dream of being.

 

Recommended age 12+

CREW
Director: Ayelet Albenda
Producer: Naama Pyritz
Editor: Sharon Elovic
Sound: Daniel Meir
Production
The New Fund for Cinema and Television, Channel 8 – HOT
Sales
Cinephil, Shoshi Korman shoshi@cinephil.com
Director
Ayelet Albenda

Ayelet Albenda is an Israeli artist and director. She holds a Master's degree in video art from the Berlin University of Fine Arts, and has studied film at the Tel Aviv University. In her work she focuses on adolescence and self-definition researching alternative forms of storytelling. She is the winner of the 2012 Matanel award for young artists, and took part in the 2014 Greenhouse programme for female directors.

Selected Filmography

Hyacinth (2007), From Lodging to Lodging (2010), Day By Day (2013), True Colours (2015), In My Room (2017)

Hall «ANSHLAG»
Zhovten cinema
Kostiantynivska St, 26
Extended discussion: The World As Your Interlocutor: On the Other Side of the Webcam
Original language with English and Ukrainian subtitles
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Hall «ANSHLAG»
Zhovten cinema
Kostiantynivska St, 26
Original language with English and Ukrainian subtitles
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