Udi Ben-Arie

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  • Udi Ben-Arie (Script Editor) is a lecturer, researcher and practitioner, his work centers on interactive digital storytelling and user experience in new media works. Ben-Arie has directed and shot several interactive and documentary movies, among others: In 1995, his short film “Second Watch” was nominated for an Oscar for best foreign language student film. In 2003, together with Noam Knoller, Amnon Dekel and others, he created “One Measure of Happiness”, his first gesture-based interactive movie on a touch-screen platform. He is head of the production courses in the Digital Media Program, at the Steve Tisch School of Film and Television, Tel-Aviv University, and a lecturer at the Screen-Based Department at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem.

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