Noa Maor

Noa Maor

Script consultant, subtitler and translator in Tel Aviv, Israel

About Noa

Name: Noa Maor

Lives in: Tel Aviv, Israel

Occupation: Script Consultant, Subtitler and Translator

Unique traits: feature films

Credits

  • Mita Tova

    Mita Tova (2014)
    Film (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Production manager THE FAREWELL PARTY is a compassionate dark comedy about friendship and knowing when to say goodbye. A group of friends at a Jerusalem retirement home build a machine for self-euthanasia in order to help their terminally ill friend. When rumors of the machine begin to spread, more and more people ask for their help, and the friends are faced with an emotional dilemma. Written by Anonymous

  • Next to Her

    Next to Her (2014)
    Film (Drama) Production manager Cheli, 27, is raising her mentally challenged 24yo sister, Gaby, alone. When the social worker finds out that Cheli leaves Gaby alone in the house while Cheli is at work, Cheli is compelled to place Gaby in a day program. For the first time in her life, Cheli shares Gaby's care with someone else; her daily routine collapses and the huge void left by Gaby's absence makes room for a man in Cheli's life in the shape of Zohar, who inadvertently creates a chink in the sisters' symbiotic relationship. While Cheli hangs on to Zohar's love for all she's worth, her inability to have a normal, intimate, and emotional relationship with anyone but her sister forces them into a twisted threesome, where boundaries between love, sacrifice, nurturing, and torturing are crossed. Written by Liron Ben-Shlush

  • A Tale of a Wolf

    A Tale of a Wolf (2013)
    Film (Action, Adventure and Family) Production manager From the international award winning cinematographer of the 2010 summer box-office hit LAND OF GENESIS, comes a new Israeli nature feature film. This time we tell the life story of a male wolf living in the northern mountains of Israel. The wolf's story is brought to us in his own voice, from his innocent childhood through his maturing to adulthood, falling in love, creating a pack of his own and struggling to survive in a delicate habitat sabotaged by mankind. Written by Anonymous

  • Nifla po

    Nifla po (2013)
    Film (Documentary) Production manager Deferred adolescence, instant "Israelis," love, disillusion, alcohol, drugs, and xenophobia. This film spends a year with a group of immigrants aged 17 to 21 at the Carmiel absorption center.

  • Lean neelam Moshe Ivgy

    Lean neelam Moshe Ivgy (2012)
    Film (Comedy and Crime) Art department Add a Plot »

  • Bruchim Habayim ve... Mishtatfim Betzaarchem

    Bruchim Habayim ve... Mishtatfim Betzaarchem (2012)
    Film (Short, Comedy, Drama and History) Production manager The year is 1991. The beginning of the massive Jewish immigration wave from the USSR to Israel. 12 years old Misha is documenting his family's journey on a home-video camera. The already traumatic immigration experience is enhanced up to absurd proportions, when the family's old aunt dies on the plane just before they reach the land of their ancestors. Now, the family will have to go through various levels of bureaucracy with an immigrating corpse... Written by Leon Prudovsky

  • Hearat Shulayim

    Hearat Shulayim (2011)
    Film (Comedy and Drama) Art department The story of a great rivalry between a father and son, both eccentric professors in the Talmud department of Hebrew University in Jerusalem. The son has an addictive dependency on the embrace and accolades that the establishment provides, while his father is a stubborn purist with a fear and profound revulsion for what the establishment stands for, yet beneath his contempt lies a desperate thirst for some kind of recognition. The Israel Prize, Israel's most prestigious national award, is the jewel that brings these two to a final, bitter confrontation. Written by Anonymous

  • Hatzaga Yomit

    Hatzaga Yomit (2011)
    Film (Drama) Costume and Wardrobe Department Three interwoven stories of women on the verge of a mental breakdown, seeking a way out of their misery, while confronting secrets that will change them forever. All three women are named the same - Naama. A man who longs to be a woman A painter revealing a portrait of a married woman A university graduate desperate to have a decent life All three women are a part of a bigger picture; a picture that is worth unveiling... Written by Anonymous

  • Tachrichim

    Tachrichim (2010)
    Film (Drama) Art department Add a Plot »

  • Meorav Yerushalmi

    Meorav Yerushalmi (2009 - 2010)
    Television (Drama) Art department Meorav Yerushalmi brings to the screen, for the first time, the colorful hues of a traditional Jerusalem family. Shimon Sadeh, a successful real estate developer, is a widower. The series opens as a new relationship develops between him and Leah, the young and self-assured woman who is to become his second wife. Shimon has three children. His sons each go their own ways--Efraim, the eldest, rebels against his father and prefers to study in Yeshiva. Itzik, the second son, rejects his father's ways by refusing to work in the family business and becoming a musician. Itzik will move in with Noa, his secular girlfriend, making the ultimate transformation and rebellion against his family. Ariella, the strong-willed, funny younger daughter is trying to find her own way through the maze of different directions standing before her. Eliahu, the grandfather, was formerly a highly esteemed Rabbi in Djerba, but fell apart when he arrived in Israel and became an 'unknown'. This series explores the ... Written by Cinema Factory Production Ltd. [il]

  • Room Service

    Room Service (2009)
    Television (Drama) Art department Two maids in a Tel Aviv hotel. Etti and Shimi. Hot. Cute. Sweet. Funny. Touching. Sad. Sensitive. Searching for their way in life - both alone and together. Etti who signed in eight years ago as she was tired of the world and perhaps of herself. Shimrit arrived only yesterday, her whole life ahead of her, wondering if it will be spent in this hotel. On each door there is a small card that says "Please make up my room" but in each room, among the used sheets and behind the small bottles in the mini-bar, there is a story waiting to be told. Room Service - a series about high hopes and disappointments in one hotel on the coast of the Mediterranean sea. Written by Mosh Danon

  • The Life and Death of Gotel Botel

    The Life and Death of Gotel Botel (2009)
    Film (Musical) Art department Nati Ornan, an unknown musician and failed lover, lives in a grey world. During the day he is a genuine loser who lives with his mother and plays the part of a vacuum cleaner in a children's play. At night he is the leader of a rebellious Indy band that is overlooked by the establishment and the public. His pitiful personal and professional life propels Nati into creating a dark and narcissistic split personality known as Gotel Botel. Gotel brings Nati greatness: he avenges his enemies, creates a successful underground show and conquers the heart of Ayelet, Nati's secret love. As expected of an Indy band, its band members are just as weird. Hila, his good friend and show manager, dreams of hitting the charts. Tal, the band's guitarist, is torn between his love of music and his wife who demands that he grow up. Noa is the anarchistic cello player who goes on a rampage of urban terror. Gotel makes Nati's dreams come true, but Nati isn't all that sure this is a good thing. Nati and ... Written by Daniel Sivan

  • Deus

    Deus (2008)
    Television (Family) Art department Add a Plot »

  • Eli & Ben

    Eli & Ben (2008)
    Film (Drama and Family) Art department Ben (Lior Ashkenazi, "Walk on Water") has always affectionately entertained his son Eli's (Yuval Shevakh) mischievous behavior. Their profound connection seems secure as Eli approaches his tumultuous teenager years. But when the police arrest Ben under suspicion of bribery, Eli has to face the possibility that his father is morally fallible. Ravid's film about the conflict between disillusionment and faith delivers a touching story without any simple answers. Written by kirstein-1

  • Nefilim, Ha

    Nefilim, Ha (2007)
    Television (Sci-Fi) Art department Add a Plot »

  • Ha-Shminiya

    Ha-Shminiya (2006 - 2007)
    Television (Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Romance and 2 More) Art department A group of teenagers discover a super power that can change everything.

  • Aviva Ahuvati

    Aviva Ahuvati (2006)
    Film (Drama) Art department Aviva, a hard-working hotel cook in the small northern Israeli town of Tiberias, is on the brink of finally fulfilling her lifelong dream. For years she kept her remarkable writing abilities under wraps, until her sister, Anita, introduces her to Oded, an accomplished novelist. Immediately recognizing Aviva's talent, Oded takes her under his wing, promising to help her achieve greatness. But the journey to greatness effects her life and the lives of her family - her unemployed husband, her trouble children, her unstable mother, and primarily her sister, a funny and sensitive woman who have her own dreams. When Aviva discovered that Oded has other plans for her work, her world collapses. Written by Jerusalem Film Festival

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