Mili Pecherer was born in Israel in 1988. She has directed films with Napoleon Bonaparte, God, a hemorrhoid, a donkey and rams, that have been screened and awarded in festivals such as the Berlinale, Annecy, FIDMarseille, etc. She is a graduate of Bezalel, the Jerusalem Academy of Art, and Le Fresnoy – National Studio of Contemporary Arts in Tourcoing, where she won the StudioCollector 2019 Prize. She currently lives in Marseille.
Among her recent screenings:
“It Wasn’t the Right Mountain, Mohammad” (film, 2019)
“How glorious it is to be a human being” (film, 2018)
“La vie sans pompe” :
“Yeruham off season”: