KINOCLAN - WOMEN WITH CAMERAS
KinoClan [NGO] is a non-profit organization that aims to promote dialogue between women through creativity. Our main tool is the smartphone and our language is the language of cinema. We initiate and produce hands-on workshops, film screenings and diverse collaborations whose purpose is to provide women with a safe space and access to audiovisual expression tools through which to express the key conflicts of their day to day lives.
* KinoClan was founded in 2016 by Filmmaker Dana Goldberg and Poet Dr. Efrat Mishori.
DANA GOLDBERG, Founder, Creative Director
An independent filmmaker, poet and video artist. Created two award winning feature films, ten short films and over ten pocket films, among which: Death of a Poetess, Alice, Alligator, Alpha, Cell.
MAKI HAHAM NEAMAN
A feminist activist and social artist. M.A. in NGO management from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Founder and CEO of Women’s Spirit [NGO], 2007-2015. Awarded the Leonor and Larry Zusman – Joint award for excellency, originality, innovation and initiative, in the field of social services in Israel, 2010.
A Cultural Activist. CEO of Women in the Frame [NGO]. Chairwoman of the Israeli Women in Film and Television Forum. Artistic Director of Lethal Lesbian Film Festival. Doing her Ph.D. in the Sociology and Anthropology dep. in Ben Gurion University of the Negev.
Head of the cultural committee, Savyon. B.A. in philosophy and history, M.A. in comparative literature and a diploma in journalism and media studies. Founded and directed the Council for a Beautiful Israel branch, Sharon region.
An entrepreneur, writer and content editor. B.A. in psychology and phylosophy, M.A. in literature. Co-founder, developer and producer of ArtTale, an interactive mobile adventure game based on works of art. Writer and editor of award winning screenplays.
A Creative producer. Executive partner of BaseWorx For Film, is active for projects with script support, rough cut consulting, project development consulting and international marketing. Committed to developing and stimulating a project from ‘script to screen’.
M.A. in linguistics and philology. Voluntarily managed the Canada-Israel Cultural Foundation and the Association of Friends of the Israel Museum in Montreal. Worked in the administration of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra.
RONIT GOLDBERG SCHMIDT
A law graduate and Mediator. Senior manager in the First International Bank of Israel.
MIRI ZAYIG, CPA
An independent CPA with 15 years of experience working with NGOs.
GALIT LUBETZKY, ADV, Legal Counsel
Promotes human rights and women's rights via constitutional, administrative, and tort law. Offers consultation on subjects of journalism, cinema, literature, and media law. Represents clients in legal procedures involving questions of privacy, intellectual property, and slander. Holds an LL.B in Law and Communication from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and LL.M in Public Law from Tel Aviv University at the joint Executive LL.M program with the Northwestern Pritzker School of Law in Chicago (Graduated magna cum laude).
YASMIN SASON, Audit Committee
A filmmaker and researcher of film and television. A doctoral student at the School of Cultural Studies at Tel Aviv University. Co-founder of the "Other Sex" yearly conference. A lecturer at Minshar for Art and Sapir College.
IRIS AVITAL, Audit Committee
An Independent music professional. The Director of marketing and business development at Patiphon - a digital music and information distribution service.