Feature Film | 2012 | Drama | Germany, Israel

Shooting data

Start of shooting27.02.2012
End of shooting04.04.2012
Number of shooting days27
LocationsPetach Tikva, Israel

Project data

Budget900.000 €
Film financing
Length of movie100
Picture formatWidescreen USA (1 : 1,85)
Picture material negativeHD
Picture material positive35mm
Sound formatDolby SRD / Dolby digital (5.1, 6 Kanäle)

    Brief synopsis

    "Youth" tells the story of Yaki and Shaul, two teenage brothers who share a strong, almost telepathic connection. The brother's family is suffering from an overgrowing debt, which led to a deep depression of their father. The brothers feel they can't just stand on the sidelines while their family falls apart. Up until now they were helpless, but now with Yaki's enlistment to the army, like every other 18 year old Israeli boy, he is given a rifle. This gun gives the brothers the power they need to act and from helpless teenagers they become men. (http://onetwofilms.com/en/films/director-driven/slide-6/youth/)

    Cast

    ActorRole nameVoice actor / Speaker
    David KunyoYaki [L]
    Eythan KunyoShaul [L]
    Shirli DeshePaula [SR]
    Moshe IvgyMoti [SR]

    Crew

    DepartmentActivityNameComment
    Camera Departmentdirector of photographyYaron Scharf
    Camera Departmentsteadicam operatorLior Etrogy
    Camera Department1st assistant cameraYuval Shachar
    Camera Department2nd assistant cameraAdi Mozes
    Camera Departmentstill photographerVered Adir
    Castingcasting directorOrit Azulay
    Costume Departmentcostume designerAdam Kalderon
    Director's DepartmentdirectorTom Shoval
    Director's Department1st assistant directorRaanan Tesler
    Director's Department2nd2nd resp. 3rd ADEsther Miriam

    Facilities

    Department CompanyComment
    VFX / Post ProductionSound (Postproduction) Rotor Film
    VFX / Post ProductionTitles FilmgraphikDeutsche Fassung

    TV-broadcast

    TypeCountryStationDate / TimeComment
    First showingGermanyARD [de]Thursday, 26.05.2016

    Cinema

    TypeCountryDateComment
    Theatre releaseGermanyThursday, 23.01.2014