Tal Granit

Tal GRANIT (1969, Israel) graduated from Jerusalem's Sam Spiegel Film School. In 2006, he teamed up with Sharon Maymon to write and direct Mortgage, winner of the Best Drama Award at the Jerusalem Film Festival. They partnered again on two shorts, To Kill a Bumblebee in 2009 and Summer Vacation in 2012. In 2010, the duo won the Best Pitch Award at the Berlinale for the script of My Sweet Euthanasia, on which The Farewell Party is based. The film won the People's Choice Award at the 2014 edition of Venice International Film Festival's Venice Days.


Mortgage (2006, TV, co-dir), To Kill a Bumblebee (2009, short, co-dir), Summer Vacation (2012, short, co-dir), The Farewell Party (2014, co-dir)