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Amikam Goldman: Mesila 2017MESILA | 60 min, 2017 | This film depicts the life of this community of mostly asylum seekers from Eritrea, from the perspective of local social workers. The result is a collage of day-to-day scenes representing situations they encounter, in a discreet but intimate look at their work. The story of the community gradually unfolds in a tender look at its challenges, its issues with child-rearing, and its struggle to survive.

Amikam Goldman: Long Distance 2009LONG DISTANCE | 60 min, 2009 | Documentary: On the street corners of south Tel Aviv, stand, forgotten, public telephones, a reminder of the pre-cellular days. Every weekend, the phones come to life as migrant workers gather around them, taking advantage of the weekly day off to phone home. Waiting on the other end of the line are children, financial difficulties, love – each phone call, a story in itself.

Amikam Goldman: NO!art MAN, dvd 2007NO!art MAN | dvd | 83 min | 2007 | dvd is availablesend mail | Documentary film about the controverse artist Boris Lurie, co-founder of the NO!art movement in the early 60's. This is a portrait of the most radical artist in the New York artworld. 2nd edition, supplemented with more film material, compiled in eight chapters.

Amikam Goldman: NO!art MAN, video 2003NO!art MAN | film & video | 1st edition 2003 | Documentary about Boris Lurie, co-founder of the NO!art movement. The film is based on conversations between the director, Amikam Goldman, and Boris Lurie, from their first meeting in 1999 through 2001. The film also includes interviews with art historians, dealers, and artist friends of Boris Lurie.

Amikam Goldman: Mainstreet, video 2000MAINstreet. | video, color | 70 min | 2000 | A look at American adolescents growing up in the 90's. Documentary followed members of a metal band in Rockland, Maine. Little by little, more and more characters showed up in front of the camera. They left their parents' home and spend their time with friends or just hanging around.