TEL AVIV - In the shadow of Nokia Arena, home of 5-time European basketball champion Maccabi Tel Aviv, dozens of vintage American, European, Asian, and Israeli cars were on display last Friday to commemorate the little-known Israeli car industry.
Despite a lack of publicity, the show drew hundreds of local admirers, in addition to members of the organizing group, The Five Club.
Posted May 22, 2013 08:57
Filming has continued with some days back at the club, Yom HaZikaron (Memorial Day), and day on the base.
Posted May 13, 2013 08:39
Recently went on a the final training march of a co-ed Israeli military unit, called Karakal:
Posted May 13, 2013 06:01
Princial photography has (mostly) been comlpeted on the documentary! It really was an epic 10 days. Thank you to everyone who helped tell the story!
Now, there are a few interviews to get, as well as some b-roll, and then on to editing...
Check out the VildeHaya Productions Facebook page for all the updates and details!
Posted March 7, 2013 09:44
Shooting has continued for the VildeHaya-produced documentary set here in Israel. We are into Day 7 and are really excited about the footage we have been able to get and the stories that we will be able to share.
More info at:
Posted March 3, 2013 09:20
Days 2 & 3 of production have included trips to Intersurf (Israel's top surfboard maker/shop), the best halvah and candy shop in the Middle East, the best hummus in town, back to the club, and walking all around central Tel Aviv- waiting for those waves tomorrow!
Posted February 27, 2013 09:06
Production began today on a documentary I am creating... prinicipal photography will continue throughout the next couple weeks around Tel Aviv as well as the north of Israel. More details to follow!
Posted February 25, 2013 10:50
TEL AVIV - Anyone who has ever had the misfortune of being tasked with finding a parking spot in Tel Aviv knows full well how existentially awful the experience can be.
There are many reasons for the dearth of spaces, one of which is that the current situation allows the city to profit off motorists who park illegally. As reported by the Associated Press, according to a 2009 report by the city's Enforcement Department, the lack of parking spaces contributes to the over 3,000 parking tickets that are issued per day, on average.
Posted February 11, 2013 09:12
HAIFA - The number one killer of both men and women in the United States is heart disease, according to the National Institute of Health. Researchers at the University of Michigan are working to change that. Partnering with colleagues at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, scientists are investigating new ways to attack the causes of heart disease.
Posted February 7, 2013 05:50
JERUSALEM - With Israeli Prime Minsister Benjamin Netanyahu retaining power in last month's election, future construction in the E1 area will remain at the forefront of international controversy. The most visible battle between Israelis and Palestinans in the past few months, the issue arose after the Palestinian bid for upgraded, “non-member observer state” status at the United Nations. Following this, PM Netanyahu announced plans to develop homes for Israeli citizens in an area referred to by the Israeli government as E1 ("East 1").
Posted February 6, 2013 04:53