Directors: Ian Fisher
Producer: Tal Berkovich
Writer: Tal Berkovich
Cinematographer: Ian Fisher
Editor: Raphael Bar
Production Designer: Nasich Perelman
Synopsis: A dark version of Sex and the City, this story follows three women (Tal Berkovich, Dominique Swain, Danay Garsia), who lost their husbands in tragic ways. Coping with mental illnesses from their losses, they help one another by building an imaginative world that is all shiny and glamorous. It's an instance drama with a surprising twist. The film explores women empowerment and the thin line between reality and imagination when it comes to the subject of love and relationships.
Screening Time: September 28, 2014 4:00pm
Ian Fisher (Director/Producer) was born in Romania. At seven, he and his family migrated to Israel and later on to Italy. He speaks four different languages: English, Hebrew, Romanian and Italian. As the lead singer in a band, he performed in over a hundred live shows, ranging from local venues to national stadiums. His band won numerous awards including ‘Band of the Year’. despite his band’s success Ian’s love of acting led him back to film making. In 2005 he was awarded a scholarship to attend the prestigious Lee Strasberg Theater and Film Institute, he also began working at The Actors Studio. Ian has participated in numerous theater performances including being directly cast by director Howard Deutch. His television and film credits include: “Curb your Enthusiasm”, “Dirt”, “The Tonight Show” with Jay Leno and Disney’s series “I <3 Vampires”. “The Chosen One” starring and directed by Rob Schneider, “Addicts” alongside Michael K. Williams (HBO’s “The Wire & Boardwalk Empire”), “Don’t Look Up” with Eli Roth, “Lionhead” alongside Michael Madsen and “Raging Bull 2”
Actress Tal Berkovich was born in Haifa, Israel on August 27th to a Jewish family. Her mother is Indian and her father Romanian. She developed an early passion for dance and acting, and was enrolled at the highly renowned ‘Vitzo Haifa Arts School,’ where she focused particularly on classical ballet, modern dance, jazz and acting. At the age of 16 Tal became the youngest member of The Israeli National Ballet.
When she was 20 Tal moved to Milan where she started a successful modeling career and appeared on countless covers, magazines and campaigns. At the age of 22 she moved to London to study acting full time. Tal enrolled at the ‘Actors Temple’ studying Meisner technic and it wasn’t long before she was spotted and offered roles in two hit movies ‘Radio Rock’ written and directed by Richard Curtis, and Walt Disney’s ‘Prince of Persia’ directed by Mike Newell. In 2012 she starred in the short film "Soulmates" that premiered in Cannes and hosted " the Lennys "art and performance award in London.
Tal is a well-known artist and celebrity in Israel. She appeared in the Israeli 'Dancing with the Stars’ show as one of the celebrity contestants.
In 2013 Tal moved to LA where she acted as the ‘sexy Assassin’ in the web series 'Pay Day' Directed by Demian Lichtenstein.
Her latest campaigns and TV commercials in the US include ‘Old Spice’ commercial, directed by the award winning director Tom Kutz, ‘Bose’ directed by Emmy winner Kyle Cooper and she is also the face of Vine Vera cosmetic and Aston Martin worldwide.