A daughter's fantasy of her mother, elusively portrayed at her own magical house and garden. The mother's image and voice are deconstructed and assembled again into an intergenerational sonnet, reflecting the everlasting experience of being a woman, in a world of constant feminine evolution.
Elinor Nechemya was born in Jerusalem in 1984, and studied film at Tel-Aviv's Minshar School of Art. Her latest short – 〈Everlasting Mom〉, premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival 2017. Her diploma film 〈Off Season〉was screened in International Film Festivals, among them Slamdance, and won several awards. Elinor is currently developing the script for her debut feature film 〈Present Progressive〉, the project participated at Berlinale Script Station. These days She's editing her next short film 〈So Close〉.
2017 Everlasting Mom
2013 Off Season
2012 Fat el Mead