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The Last Shepherd (2014 film)
|The Last Shepherd|
|Directed by||Daniel Dar|
|Produced by||Maya Gershovitz Bar|
|Screenplay by||Gai Bosco|
|Edited by||Amit Ginton|
Evil Sum Productions
The Last Shepherd is a 2014 Israeli fantasy comedy road movie written by Gai Bosco and directed by Daniel Dar and starring Roni Weissman, Nir Kitaro and Uri Lifshitz. Its premise is set in a modern day Israel with a fantastical dose of Jewish and Kabbalah folklore thrown in.
Amit is your run of the mill geek, a computer programmer who leads a perfectly ordinary life with the exception of repeating nightmares. To cheer him up his best friend Maya convinces him to skip work and head together to the beach. The short trip turns into a wild adventure as they nearly run over an eccentric old man who leads them on a journey following the ancient treasures throughout the land of Israel. During their adventure they must escape shadowy government agents, ruthless business tycoons, and evil forces, all plotting to take over the world.
Production and Crowd Funding
The entire film was funded using a crowdfunding campaign that raise a mere 15,000 USD as a working budget. The production team included many volunteers as well as numerous professionals who donated their skills pro bono to support the project.
- Roni Weissman as Maya Ben David
- Nir Kitaro as Amit Nave
- Uri Lifshitz as Shimi
- Adva Kimchi as Samael
- Yuval Orner as Goliath
- Ayala Shiftan as Agent M
- Nir Sharon as Agent M
- Boaz Karni as Pinko
- Reut Fish as Dr. Brodo
- Yaron London as the voice of God
The film premiered on the Israeli international Icon Festival of Science Fiction and Fantasy in 2014 and enjoy good audience reception, it has also appeared in the Calgary Comic and Entertainment Expo in Canada.
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