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amital stern

lives and writes in various languages and forms. She has an M.A. in comparative literature from Hebrew University and studied screenwriting at the Sam Spiegel Film and Television School.
Among her works:








Aliza: Site specific theatrical work at Hamifa'al, Jerusalem. 


Hunger ArtistMulti-media play. Premiered at Theatronetto Festival in Jaffa, Israel. Subsequently performed at the Jerusalem Fringe Festival, Arab Israeli Theater in Jaffa, Jerusalem Arts Festival, Jerusalem Fund Fringe Line, and Mazia Theater in Jerusalem. Recipient of Mifa'al HaPais performance grant.


In Waiting: First place winner of Fred Simmons Arts Prize. Performed at Tel Aviv University's White Nights Festival.


Even if the Gates are Closed: Elderly 


Foreign Body Ear: GuernicaBest American Experimental Writing 2020 (Wesleyan University Press)


Enter Bird: Reading Jewish Fiction 


MIFLEZET - Notes Towards a Performance:  column at Corporeal Clamor 

                  Holy Mother Monster City 

-               I Feel Like Vomiting the Mother

               Twelve Gates to the City

               Until You Don't Know

               Shame and Longing in Jerusalem

               Officer W564502460H's Last Report



The Etruscan Smile

(co-writer) Feature film, adapted from a novel by José Luis Sampedro. Winner of Jury Grand Prize, Montreal World Film Festival; Best Ensemble and Best Cinematography, Boston Film Festival; Best Feature, Rhode Island Intl Film Festival; Best of Fest selection, Palm Springs Intl Film Festival, and more.








Jerusalem Post



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