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Eran Riklis

Eran Riklis (born 1954, Jerusalem)
Riklis has been in cinematography since 1975. He studied cinema at Tel Aviv University before graduating from the National Film and Television School in Beaconsfield, England in 1982. He made his first film On a Clear Day You Can See Damascus, a political thriller based on a true story, in 1984. Seven years later, he shot Cup Final, later praised by international critics and shown in several film festivals (including the Berlin and the Venice festivals). In 1993 Zohar was a big hit in Israel. The Syrian Bride was acclaimed both in festivals and on a worldwide scale. Riklis has also directed shorts and TV series.

Filmography
On a Clear Day You Can See Damascus (1984); Cup Final (1991); Zohar (1993); Borders (1999); Volcano Junction (1999); Temptation (2002); The Syrian Bride (2004); Lemon Tree (2008)

 

 

 

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