Israeli Drama ‘Broken Mirrors’ Due on Digital and VOD Sept. 22 From Level 33

The Israeli film Broken Mirrors will premiere on digital and VOD Sept. 22 from Level 33 Entertainment.

In the dramatic thriller, Shira Haas (Emmy Nominee, Netflix’s “Unorthodox”) plays 17-year-old Ariella, who is shadowed by a strict, military father who inflicts severe methods of punishment as a form of discipline. When she commits a grave error that her father isn’t willing to punish her for, seeking a punishment of her own, Ariella embarks on a dark quest where she will discover a secret to her father’s past that will lead them to confront one another.

The film also stars Yiftach Klein, Renana Raz, Yoav Rotman, Liora Rivlin, Manuel Elkaslassy, Yaakov Zada Daniel and Michaela Elkin.

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It won the Jury Prize for Best Actress at the Festival du Cinéma Israélien de Montréal and Schlingel Best Feature Film at the Film Festival for Children & Young Audience Schlingel. It was nominated for the Jury Award Narrative Feature at the Berkshire International Film Festival (BIFF); the Grand Prix at the Zlin Film Festival; the Award of the Israeli Film Academy; Best Actress, Best Casting and Best Screenplay from the Awards of the Israeli Film Academy; the Golden Zenith First Fiction Films Competition at the Montréal World Film Festival; and Alice in the City Prize Young Adult at the Rome Film Fest.

Breaking Glass Sets Home Release Dates for Israeli LGBTQ Drama ’15 Years’

Breaking Glass Pictures has announced the April 28 release to home viewing audiences of 15 Years, the Israeli LGBTQ coming-of-age drama from writer and director Yuval Hadadi.

The film will be available on both DVD and video-on-demand (VOD.

15 Years follows the story of Yoav, a successful architect who has everything he’s ever wanted: Dan, his lover of 15 years and a younger lawyer who adores him, and his sister Alma, who is like a mother and a sister to him.

When Alma announces that she is pregnant, it ignites Dan’s desire to become a father himself. His parental urges have an opposite effect on Yoav, who is haunted by past demons. Yoav’s tight grasp on life begins to fall apart, leading him to self-destructive behavior that threatens to destroy his life with Dan, unravel his friendship with his sister, and cost him everything.

The film premiered at the Tel Aviv International LGBT Film Festival, where it was the opening film. It went on to have its U.S. premier at the Lighthouse International Film Festival, and subsequently had additional screenings at OUTShine – Fort Lauderdale and NewFest, and Reeling 2019 — The 37th Chicago LGBTQ+ International Film Festival, where it won the Jury Award for Best Feature Film.