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The Ophir Awards (Hebrew: פרס אופיר‎), also the Israeli Oscars, are film awards awarded by the Israeli Academy of Film
Film
and Television to recognize excellence of professionals in the film industry of Israel. They are named after actor Shaike Ophir
Shaike Ophir
and first given out in 1990. The first Israeli Academy Awards
Academy Awards
ceremony was held in 1982 with the first award being presented to director Shimon Dotan for the film Repeat Dive, and since 1990 has been held annually at the Tel Aviv Performing Arts Center. The highest number of Ophir Awards won by a single film is 11, achieved only by Nina's Tragedies. Assi Dayan
Assi Dayan
won the award 8 times and is the only person to have won as a director, as a screenwriter and also as an actor. The winner of the Best Film
Film
award usually becomes Israel's submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film,[1] although exceptions include Aviva My Love and The Band's Visit.

Contents

1 List of Best Film
Film
Award winners 2 Awards ceremonies 3 Venue 4 See also 5 References 6 External links

List of Best Film
Film
Award winners[edit]

1990: The Lookout (Shuroo) 1991: Beyond the Sea 1992: Life According to Agfa 1993: Revenge of Itzik Finkelstein 1994: Sh'Chur 1995: Lovesick on Nana Street 1996: Saint Clara 1997: Pick a Card 1998: Circus Palestine 1999: Yana's Friends 2000: Time of Favor 2001: Late Marriage 2002: Broken Wings 2003: Nina's Tragedies 2004: Campfire 2005: What a Wonderful Place 2006: Aviva My Love and Sweet Mud 2007: The Band's Visit 2008: Waltz with Bashir 2009: Ajami 2010: The Human Resources Manager 2011: Footnote 2012: Fill the Void 2013: Bethlehem 2014: Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem 2015: Baba Joon 2016: Sand Storm

Awards ceremonies[edit] See also: List of Ophir Awards ceremonies Venue[edit]

Tel Aviv Performing Arts Center Jerusalem Theatre

See also[edit]

Cinema of Israel Israeli Academy of Film
Film
and Television List of Israeli submissions for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film

References[edit]

^ "'Zero Motivation' gets 12 Ophir nods". The Jerusalem Post. Retrieved 14 August 2014. 

External links[edit]

Official site of the Israeli Film
Film
and Television Academy Awards of the Israeli Film
Film
Academy on IMDB.com

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Major film awards by countries

Africa

Ghana Movie Awards (Ghana) Africa Movie Academy Awards
Africa Movie Academy Awards
(Nigeria) South African Film
Film
and Television Awards (South Africa)

Asia

Central

Didor International Film
Film
Festival (Tajikistan)

East

Golden Rooster Awards, Hong Kong Film
Film
Award, Hundred Flowers Awards and Huabiao Awards (China) Japan Academy Prize (Japan) Grand Bell Awards
Grand Bell Awards
and Blue Dragon Film
Film
Awards (South Korea) Golden Horse Awards (Taiwan)

South

National Film
Film
Awards, Meril Prothom Alo Awards, Bachsas Awards (Bangladesh) Filmfare Awards, Filmfare Awards South, Filmfare Awards East, National Film
Film
Awards (India) Lux Style Awards, ARY Film
Film
Awards and Nigar Awards
Nigar Awards
(Pakistan)

Southeast

Myanmar Motion Picture Awards (Burma) Indonesian Film
Film
Festival and Indonesian Movie Actor Awards (Indonesia) Malaysia Film
Film
Festival (Malaysia) FAMAS Award, Gawad Urian and Luna Award
Luna Award
(Philippines) Suphannahong Awards (Thailand) Golden Lotus Awards and Golden Kite Prize (Vietnam)

West

Fajr International Film
Film
Festival (Iran) Ophir Award (Israel) International Antalya Film
Film
Festival (Turkey)

Europe

East

Czech Lion Awards (Czech Republic) Polish Film
Film
Awards (Poland) Nika Award (Russia) Sun in a Net Awards (Slovakia) Golden Dzyga (Ukraine)

North

Robert Awards and Bodil Awards (Denmark) Jussi Awards
Jussi Awards
(Finland) Irish Film
Film
& Television Awards (Ireland) Amanda Award
Amanda Award
(Norway) Guldbagge Awards
Guldbagge Awards
(Sweden) British Academy Film
Film
Awards (United Kingdom)

South

Heart of Sarajevo
Heart of Sarajevo
(Bosnia and Herzegovina) Golden Arena Awards (Croatia) Hellenic Film
Film
Academy Awards
Academy Awards
(Greece) David di Donatello
David di Donatello
and Nastro d'Argento (Italy) Golden Camera Awards (Macedonia) Sophia Awards (Portugal) Goya Awards (Spain)

West

Magritte Award (Belgium) César Award
César Award
and Lumières Award (France) Deutscher Filmpreis (Germany) Golden Calf (Netherlands) Swiss Film
Film
Award (Switzerland)

North America

Canadian Screen Awards
Canadian Screen Awards
(Canada) Ariel Award (Mexico) Academy Awards
Academy Awards
(United States)

Oceania

AACTA Awards
AACTA Awards
(Australia) New Zealand film and television awards (New Zealand)

South America

Argentine Academy of Cinematography Arts and Sciences Awards (Argentina) Grande Prêmio do Cinema Brasileiro (Brazil) Golden Precolumbian Circle (Colombia)

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