Daniel Wachsmann
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Daniel Wachsmann

Daniel Wachsmann (born 1946) is an Israeli filmmaker, writer, producer and director.

Best known for his film Hamsin.


Daniel Wachsmann was born in Shanghai, China.[1]


1974: My Father (Hebrew: ) - First Prize at the International Film Festival, Mannheim, Germany

1977: Eliora (Hebrew: ) - Citation at International Short Film Festival Oberhausen

1979: Transit (Hebrew: ) - Formal competition at the 30th Berlin International Film Festival[2]

1980: Silver Rose (Hebrew: ?)

1981: David's Violin (Hebrew? )

1982: Khamsin (Hebrew?) - Nominated in competition for Oscar Foreign Films; Silver Panther Prize at Locarno, Switzerland; Honorable Mention at Strasbourg; selected by Israeli film critics as the Film of the Decade

1986: Red Cow (Hebrew: ) - shown in international film festivals

1989: The Intended (Hebrew: ) - Wolgin Prize, Jerusalem Film Festival; Cannes Film Festival; Shanghai International Film Festival

1996: Song of the Galil (Hebrew ) - Golden Anchor Prize, Haifa International Film Festival; Silver Hugo Prize, Chicago International Film Festival

1997: The Stone and the Olive Tree (Hebrew ?) - Documentary about the Intifada

1999: Menelik, the Black Jewish Prince (Hebrew? ? ?) - New Century Prize, Jerusalem Film Festival

2000: Across From the Forests (Hebrew: )

2002: Bar Mitzvah (Hebrew? )

2004: Letters from Rishikesh (Hebrew: ?)

2018: Acre Dreams ( )


  1. ^ Daniel Wachsmann bio
  2. ^ "IMDB.com: Awards for Transit". imdb.com. Retrieved .

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