Film available to watch February 3, 1PM - February 5, 1PM PT via Eventive
*The film will be available to watch in the United States & Canada Only
The Human Factor, a new film by Dror Moreh, Academy Award nominated director
of The Gatekeepers, revisits three decades of an Israeli-Arab peace process from a unique
perspective: that of the American mediators – the peacemakers who shuttled between
Middle East capitals, spending hours with the region’s political heavyweights – prime
ministers, generals, ex-terrorists, diplomats, dictators and presidents. These mediators
gained intimate knowledge of the individuals and stories which dominated daily news
around the world.
How to watch
- The film will be available to watch Wednesday, February 3, 1pm PT until Friday, February 5, 1pm PT via Eventive
- The film will available to watch in the UNITED STATES & CANADA ONLY
- RSVP beginning January 29, 1pm PT by clicking the button above and/or in the invite email
- RSVP's must be received by 10am PT on February 3
- The watch link will be sent at or shortly before 1:00pm PT on February 3 from firstname.lastname@example.org
- This screening WILL count toward your member screening allotment
Further details on how to watch on Eventive may be found here.
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Director & Producer Dror Moreh
Moreh began his career as a cinematographer, became one of Israel’s leading directors of
photography. His directorial debut, Sharon, is a feature-length documentary offering a
look at the work of Israel's controversial former Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and his impact
on the Gaza Disengagement Plan. The film was selected for the official Panorama program
at the 58th Berlin Film Festival.
Moreh achieved international recognition with his second documentary feature, The
Gatekeepers, which was nominated for the Best Documentary at the 85th Academy
Awards. The Gatekeepers earned both popular and critical success, the film was selected
to numerous festivals around the globe (Telluride, Toronto, New York, Sundance, IDFA,
Jerusalem) and won a string of international awards - including “Best Non-Fiction Film”
(2012) by the National Society of Film Critics; “Best Documentary” (2012) by the Los
Angeles Film Critics Association, Best 5 Documentaries by National Board of Review
(2013), The Cinema for Peace Award and more.
Moreh also directed Rose, a six-part docudrama series about the murder of a young girl,
Under Cover, a 4-part series about undercover agents in the Israeli Police. Currently,
Moreh is working on several feature length documentaries. “Corridors of Power” (8-part
series and a feature length documentary) a riveting examination of how American leaders
have responded to genocide and mass atrocities in the post-Cold War era.
Dagan tackles the legacy of Israel’s top spymaster and former head of the Mossad
intelligence agency - Meir Dagan.
In 2004 Moreh founded a production company DMP, that specializes in international
co-productions. Based in Tel Aviv, DMP focuses on regional and international geopolitical
subjects that resonate with audiences around the world.