Regine-Michal Friedman

Regine-Mihal Friedman is a professor in the department of cinema and television at Tel Aviv University. She has published extensively on Nazi cinema. Her Ph.D. thesis on this topic was published in Paris as a book entitled L’Image et son Juif, on the Jew in Nazi cinema. She has also written on the representation of women in Israeli, German and French films and is working on a book dedicated to the personal testimonial films emanating from the second and third generations born after the Holocaust.

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