Ruthy Pribar



An honorary graduate of The Sam Spiegel Film School in 2012, Ruthy has garnered international recognition for her short films Last Calls and The Caregiver, both screened and awarded at renowned film festivals. Her work explores complex human emotions and interactions, delving into themes of family, identity, and personal growth. Her debut feature film, Asia, premiered at Tribeca 2020 and garnered critical acclaim, earning multiple awards, including the Nora Ephron prize. The film went on to win nine Israeli Academy Awards and represented the country at the Oscars. Ruthy’s second feature film, What is to Come, is currently in pre-production. The Fugue will be Ruthy’s third feature film.

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