Tali Helter Shenkar
Current occupation: editor
Beginning of studies: 1980
Graduation year: 1983
Apprenticeship during studies: mainly editing
Born in Tel Aviv in 1959. In 1977, she graduated from Herzliya Hebrew Gymnasium. Completed her IDF service in the Air Force. After graduating from the Department of Film and Television at the Tel Aviv University, she worked for two years as assistant editor in films, mainly for the Israeli television. During the years 1985-1986 she studied and worked in London. Returning to Israel she started her career as editor. She has since then been the editor of feature and documentary films, member of selection committees and lecturer at film schools. Married and mother of two girls.
1990 Editor of the Ophir Award winning feature film Shuroo, directed by Savi Gavizon.
1992 Editor of the Wolgin Prize winning documentary 66 Was a Good Year for Tourism, directed by Amit Goren.
1994 Editor of the documentary 6 Open 21 Closed, directed by Amit Goren; the film won the Gold FIPA at the Nice Festival (1995) and the Best Documentary prize at the Amsterdam Festival (1995).
1995 Editor of the documentary 119 Bullets + Three, directed by Yeud Levanon. The film was broadcast on ARTE.
1995 Editor of the Ophir Award winning feature film Lovesick on Nana Street, directed by Savi Gavison.
1996 Editor of the documentary Ever Shot Anyone?, directed by Michal Aviad.
1997 Editor of the feature film Jenny and Jenny, directed by Michal Aviad.
1998 Editor of the television series Shuli's Fiancé, directed by Doron Tsabari.
1999 Editor of the Ophir Award winning feature film Yana's Friends, directed by Arik Kaplun.
2000 Editor of the documentary Love Inventory, directed by Dudu Fisher. The film won the Wolgin Prize, Ophir Award and third prize in Houston festival.
2001 Editor of script and documentary film Melech HaRating, directed by Doron Tsabari.
2002 Editor of the series Bnot Brown, by Irit Linur.
2003 Editor of the Ophir Award winning feature film Nina's Tragedies, directed by Savi Gavizon.
2004 Editor of the documentary One Shot, directed by Nurit Keder. The film won the Best Non-Fiction Award at the Cologne Conference in Germany.
2004 Editor of the documentary series Israel's Next War, directed by Dan Setton.
2005 Editor of the Wolgin Prize winning feature film The Children of CCCP, directed by Felix Gerchikov.
2006 Editor of the feature film Love and Dance, directed by Eitan Anner.
Editor of the documentary The Quest for the Missing Piece, directed by Oded Lotan.
2007 Editor of the series Mishmoret, directed by Irit Linur.
2007-2008 Editor of the feature film and series Lost and Found, directed by Savi Gavizon.
2008-2009 Editor of the feature film Diplomat, directed by Dana Goren. The film won the Best Documentary Award in the Wolgin competition and was nominated for an Ophir Award.
2009 Editor of the series Ma SheNahutz LeRavak, directed by Irit Linur.
2009 Editor of the documentary film As Lilith, directed by Eytan Harris. The film received a citation at the Wolgin competition.
2010 Editor of the feature film The Flood, directed by Guy Nattiv.
2010 Editor of the documentary Dolphin Boy, directed by Dani Menkin and Yonatan Nir.
2011 Editor of the documentary film The Flat, directed by Arnon Goldfinger. The film won the Best Director Award at the Wolgin competition and was nominated for an Ophir Award.