Noa Berman-Herzberg | Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem

Noa Berman-Herzberg

Noa Berman-Herzberg is a screenwriter, a screenwritng teacher, a "script doctor", a "serial pickler" and a radio broadcaster of "Sour Night Owls" in Galei Zahal. She's a screenwriting teacher in the Screen Based Arts Department since 2005.

Berman-Herzberg graduated with Honor the World Literature Department in TLV University and the Writing Department of Camera Obscura School of Cinema and has an M.A in Film Culture from Haifa University.

Among her Films - MABUL, 89 min, 2011, directed by Guy Nattiv, which participated in many International festivals and won prestige prizes, among them the Crystal Bear in Berlinale 2011 and others, Harmonia, directed by Guy Nativ (2021), Holy Holocaust, a short docu-animation, directed in collaboration with Osi Wald (2021) and other projects.

Berman-Herzberg worked as a reader, editor and translator in several book publishing houses (1996-2000), wrote and edited Design and Architecture columns in "Binyan ve Dior" Design Magazine (2000-2003) and since 2008 she is a reader, mentor and a judge in film funds, cinema festivals, screen labs and cinema departments in several schools.

In 2017 she started a unique project -"Sour Food Sour Stories" events that combines Storytelling and culinary. since then she has done 30 events in Israel and around the world, a radio show based on the same concept and a documentary series ("Missing Out") in the making.