Kedma

Israeli director Amos Gitai's startling new film about the difficult birth of the state of Israel opens with faint hope for a desperate people, and ends with a howl of mad despair. The year is 1948, and the freighter Kedma is slowly making its way across the Mediterranean. Packed on board are several hundred exhausted Holocaust survivors, now drifting like...read more

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Director (1 Credit)
Writer (6 Credits)
Haim Hazaz
Marc Weitzmann
Marie-Jose Sanselme
Mordechai Goldhecht
Taufik Zayad
Producer (2 Credits)
Laurent Truchot
Co-Producer (3 Credits)
Michael Tapuach
Michel Propper
Valerio de Paolis
Cinematographer (1 Credit)
Yorgos Arvanitis
Editor (1 Credit)
Kobi Netanel
Musical Composer (2 Credits)
David Darling
Manfred Eicher
Set Decorator (1 Credit)
Eitan Levi
Costumes (1 Credit)
Laura Dinulescu
Casting (1 Credit)
Ilan Moscovitch
Special Effects (1 Credit)
Pini Klavier
Sound (1 Credit)
Michel Kharat
Make Up (1 Credit)
Ziv Katanov