Eilon Ratzkovsky



Eilon Ratzkovsky has produced feature films and TV series over the past 25 years, as chief producer and CEO of July August Productions, an Israeli production company which he created in 2003. He has produced over 20 feature films amongst which are "The Band's Visit" by Eran Kolirin, "Mountain" by Yaelle Kayam, "Zero Motivation" by Talya Lavie, "Beyond the Mountains and Hills" by Eran Kolirin, "Funeral at Noon" by Adam Sanderson, "The Exchange" by Eran Kolirin, "Seven Days" by Ronit Elkabetz and Shlomi Elkabetz, all of which participated and won prizes in major film festivals. . He produced more than 12 TV series in Israel, some of which have been remade into local versions around the world. Among his TV productions are "Yellow Peppers" by Karen Margalit (also known as "The A Word" at BBC), "Mermaids" by Shachar Magen and Adam Sanderson, "Milk & Honey" by Dani Rosenberg and Tom Shoval and many more. In the last couple of years, he has been tutoring for TorinoFilmLab and the Biennale College Cinema. He is the head of QUIDDITY, a content company specializing in developing high quality TV dramas for European networks and Head of Studies for TFL Extended. He currently lives in Turin, Italy. Eilon's profile on IMDB:

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