The famous Israeli film producer and director who has almost 50 films to his credit Doron Eran was born on June 20, 1955 in Tel-Aviv. His artistic CV includes more than 40 TV dramas, as well as documentaries for the national and international markets alongside the feature films. Very often his works get selected and nominated for prizes at major international festivals. Besides working in the world of film, Doron Eran has created the “Good News” magazine, which focuses on the positive developments in society, science and art. As member of the Israel Association of the Periodical Press, and also a writer, he published a novel, "Loneliness behind the Camera" (1999) and the academic book "Being a Producer" (2002), which the film and TV majors at the Israeli universities and colleges use as a textbook in their studies. Doron Eran is holder of the Award of Excellence at the International Forum of New Cinema in Calcutta, India (2002) and the Special Tribute Award for Entrepreneurship and Creativity in Israeli Film and Television by the Society of Commerce and Industry. Doron Eran has founded and for two years managed the International Film Festival in Ashdod, south of Tel-Aviv on the Mediterranean Sea.
FILMOGRAPHY2002 God’s Sandbox (Tahara)