KINOCLAN - WOMEN WITH CAMERAS
KinoClan is an NGO promoting social change by amplifying women’s voices. Raising a voice is the only way to articulate distress or a need, draw attention to injustice and shed light on ignored or silenced experiences and phenomena. Raising your voice is the first step to acknowledgment, validation and assistance – without which change is impossible.
KinoClan specializes in social activity integrated with a creative process. We believe that creative dialogue is the key for empowering and cultivating solidarity, and that the camera – an available, universal expression tool – is capable of bridging over verbal barriers.
KinoClan initiates and produces hands-on video workshops, film screenings and diverse collaborations, providing women with a safe space and audiovisual tools with which each can tell her own story.
Founder, Artistic Director
An independent filmmaker, poet and video artist. Created two award winning feature films, ten short films and over ten pocket films, among which: Death of a Poetess, Alice, Alligator, Alpha, Cell.
MAKI HAHAM NEAMAN
A feminist activist and social artist. M.A. in NGO management from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Founder and CEO of Women’s Spirit [NGO], 2007-2015. Awarded the Leonor and Larry Zusman – Joint award for excellency, originality, innovation and initiative, in the field of social services in Israel, 2010.
An entrepreneur, writer and content editor. B.A. in psychology and phylosophy, M.A. in literature. Co-founder, developer and producer of ArtTale, an interactive mobile adventure game based on works of art. Writer and editor of award winning screenplays.
Head of the cultural committee, Savyon. B.A. in philosophy and history, M.A. in comparative literature and a diploma in journalism and media studies. Founded and directed the Council for a Beautiful Israel branch, Sharon region.
Supervisor of Film and Communication in the Ministry of Education from 1992-2019. Former lecturer in the Department of Film at the Beit Berl Art College and in the Department of Communication and Film at the Kibbutzim Seminar.
A filmmaker and researcher of film and television. A doctoral student at the School of Cultural Studies at Tel Aviv University. Co-founder of the "Other Sex" yearly conference. A lecturer at Minshar for Art and Sapir College.
A physical psychotherapist for individuals and couples. Teaches at the Reidman College in the department of Psychotherapy. Previously, worked in the financial sector and holds a B.A. and M.A. in this field. A former social activist for feminist change and co-founder of an NGO for social change and empowerment for women. Writes a blog about deliberation regarding parenthood and related topics.
An independent CPA with 15 years of experience working with NGOs.
ADV, Legal Counsel
Promotes human rights and women's rights via constitutional, administrative, and tort law. Offers consultation on subjects of journalism, cinema, literature, and media law. Represents clients in legal procedures involving questions of privacy, intellectual property, and slander. Holds an LL.B in Law and Communication from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and LL.M in Public Law from Tel Aviv University at the joint Executive LL.M program with the Northwestern Pritzker School of Law in Chicago (Graduated magna cum laude).
Student of visual communication at the Holon Institute of Technology. Graduate of the visual arts program at the Garage Pre-Academic Art School. Volunteered at MDA and at IGY - Israel LGBTQ+ Youth Movement.
* KinoClan was founded in 2016 by Filmmaker Dana Goldberg and Poet Dr. Efrat Mishori.