Oshri Hayun, filmmaker and photographer, teacher, chairman of Ahoti – for Women in Israel movement.
In 2010, I created with Hila Cohen the film Aisha, about my grandmother, a Moroccan immigrant, exploring her relationships with the goat Buba and her 11 Israeli-raised children.
Aisha won the Photography Award, Cinema South Festival, and the Debut Film Award, Almaty Shaken's Stars festival. It was broadcasted on TV and screened in cinematheques.
I participated in Close Up initiative project and NFCT’s film hub Women Films.
I won the best research award for Julie Shles's film Last Stop in Doc-Aviv Festival.
In 2017, I created an exhibition called Women in Red about women living under fire in Sderot. The exhibition presented at the Cinema South Festival, Photo Is:rael, The Israel Museum, and more.