EXCLUSIVE: First clip for Berlinale Generation title Delegation
- A co-production between Poland, Israel and Germany, Asaf Saban's film follows a group of Israeli teenagers on a bus trip through Poland to visit former concentration camps and memorials of the Shoah
Three Israeli high-school friends take part in a class trip visiting Holocaust sites in Poland – the last time together before going into the army. During the trip, shy boy Frisch, aspiring artist Nitzan and class heartthrob Ido deal with issues of love, friendship and politics against the backdrop of concentration camps and memorial sites. This journey will change them forever.
This is the synopsis for Delegation [+see also:
film profile], the film by Asaf Saban, now ready to premiere in the Generation 14plus section of the 73rd Berlinale (16-26 February). Starring Yoav Bavly, Neomi Harari and Leib Lev Levin, the film is a production between Poland's Koi Studio, Israel's Gum Films and Germany's IGC (In Good Company) Films, sold by New Europe Film Sales. The film has been supported by Eurimages and has been the subject of one of our Co-Production Podcast episodes (listen to it here).
Watch our exclusive first clip below:
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