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Assaf Bernstein was born on 1970-07- in Israel, is a Screenwriter,Film director,Film producer.

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OccupationScreenwriter,Film director,Film producer
Age50 years old
Zodiac SignCancer

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Source of IncomeScreenwriter

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In 2018 he wrote and directed the film Look Away (film) starring India Eisley, Mira Sorvino and Jason Isaacs. Look Away (film) is a psychological thriller that tells the story of Maria, an alienated high-school student whose life is turned upside down when she switches places with her sinister mirror image.


Bernstein also directed and served as showrunner for the complete first season of the internationally acclaimed television series, Fauda. The series is distributed by the online streaming service Netflix, billed as a Netflix original program, and premiered on 2 December 2016. In 2016, the show took six awards, including Best Drama Series, at the Israeli Academy Awards. In December 2017, The New York Times voted Fauda the best international show of 2017, calling it, “The grittiest, tightest, most lived-in thrillers come from Israel.” In 2018, the show took 11 Israeli TV Academy Awards, including best TV drama, best actor for Lior Raz and also best screenplay, casting, cinematography, recording, special effects and in other categories.


In 2012 Bernstein directed The series “Allenby Street”, which debuted in 2012, follows the story of a nightclub on Tel Aviv’s Allenby Street, and one of the strippers, portrayed by Moran Atias, working in it. The series is based on the best-selling novel “Allenby Street,” by Gadi Taub


In 2007, Bernstein directed the 2007 film The Debt (Hebrew: HaChov or HaHov), starring Gila Almagor. The movie is about three former Israeli Mossad agents who must confront a secret from their past. Bernstein also wrote and co-produced the film, and later helped write the 2010 U.S. English-language remake, also titled The Debt and starring Oscar-winning actresses Jessica Chastain and Helen Mirren.


Bernstein began his film career with two documentary short subjects, “It Belongs to the Bank” (1999), a “social documentary,” which follows a woman bailiff’s journey through Arab villages and urban slums as she seizes property from Israel’s poor; and “Holy for Me” (1995), a “spoof” on tours, guides, and visits to the holy sites of Jerusalem, which won the 1995 Best Short Film award at the Jerusalem Film Festival.


Assaf Bernstein (born 8 July 1970) is an Israeli Screenwriter, Film director and Film producer.