Keren Mor is an Israeli TV, film and stage actress and comedian. She is best known for her TV roles in the satirical sketch comedy programme The Chamber Quintet and the comedy show Mother’s Day. She has appeared in numerous films, including Shuroo, Shiva and Princess and currently plays the leading role in the Cameri Theatre of Tel Aviv production of Misery. Two of her latest films, Good Morning Son and A Tramway to Jerusalem will be shown at the festival this year.
Followed by a Q&A with Keren Mor.
Attending this event
Films screening at this event
- original title
- בוקר טוב ילד
- Sharon Bar-Ziv
- Sharon Bar Ziv, Keren Mor, Aviv Elkabets, Hadar Baruch
- 81 min
Omri, a young Israeli soldier, suffered a traumatic brain injury during a military operation in Gaza, and fell into a coma. Lying in his hospital bed, he is surrounded by his parents, sister and friends, who refuse to give up on him, and find new ways to communicate with him – and with one another. Good Morning Son is an intimate, chamber drama, which despite the heartache and struggle, is also full of hope, humour and, most importantly, love.
Nominated – Best Film, Haifa International Film Festival 2018
“Good Morning Son contains some of the most beautiful scenes in recent Israeli cinema” Uri Klein, Ha’aretz
“Soul-stirring” Shmulik Duvdevani, Ynet