Nitzan Gilady (also known as Nitzan Giladi; Hebrew: ניצן גלעדי) is an Israeli film director who has written, produced and directed the documentary films In Satmar Custody (2003) and Jerusalem Is Proud to Present (2008) and The Last Enemy and "It runs in the Family" (2010). His films have received 13 international awards, participated in over 120 international film festivals and broadcast in prestigious TV channels over the world including Sundance Channel and ZDF-ARTE. His TV work includes: Singing to Oblivion - The Story of Miri Aloni, Do Not Call Me Black 2008 and Dark Southern Deal. The short fiction drama Queens Up directed by Gilady has participated at the international Jerusalem Film Festival and received an Audience Award at Sedicicorto - Forli International film festival. In 2004, he received a grant for the art of cinema initiated by the Israeli Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport given to outstanding Israeli filmmakers and film professionals. Gilady is a graduate of the Academy of Arts "Circle in the Square" in New York and a senior lecturer at The Academy Institute of Holon (for 8 years) in the Visual Communication Department.
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