Who is Nurit Kedar?
During the 1980s, she worked in the news department of Israel's Channel 1 in Washington. At the beginning of the 1990s, she returned to Israel, where she worked for CNN and was a senior producer for Keshet television from the time it started broadcasting on Channel 2. She produced the documentary series The Fat Man with the Sony, starring Yaron London. Together with London, she also produced for Keshet the series The Poetics of the Masses, Buddha Pizza Krishna Cola and Mr Prime Minister. Kedar produced the film Istiklal, by the director Nizar Hassan, which won the Wolgin award for best Israeli documentary at the 1994 Jerusalem Film Festival.
Kedar spoke of her film-making philosophy in a 2008 interview with Al-Jazeera: "I like conflicts, anything that has conflict, that's what I like. That's why I do wars … because that's the conflict of our lives here. I don't believe in film you can really change people but here in society we do nothing to stop the conflict, that's why I am me. I personally don't see any light at the end. It is for me that I am critical and not easy to watch and lots of people don't like it."
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