Muriel is an Israeli Theater & Film director, emerging from Tel-Aviv's art & music scene. She graduated with honors from Thelma Yellin school of the Arts, where she has mentored under Israeli-Lithuanian theater director Arthur Kogan, followed by film director Yariv Horowitz. While studying in the Film Directing program in Calarts, Muriel wrote, directed and shot JAVIER, a 5-minute short which was selected to open the 2015 Film Directors showcase at REDCAT theaters in Los Angeles, and was since distributed to several International companies & cinematheques.
Muriel's films delve into the cores of the human condition, explore taboo, emotion and transgression through visceral storytelling, and provoke the classical narrative structure.
Best Dramatic Short Film
JANEK / BASTARD
Oakland Shorts Film Festival
Oakland, CA
2019
Official Selection; Runner-up, Best Short
JANEK / BASTARD
New Renaissance London Film Fest
London, UK
2019
Best Editing; Best Directing; Exceptional Woman of Watersprite
JANEK / BASTARD
WaterSprite International Film Festival
Cambridge, UK
2018
Official Selection
JANEK / BASTARD
Charlotte Film Festival
Charlotte
2018
Official Selection
JANEK / BASTARD
LA Women's International Film Festival
Los Angeles, CA
2018
Audience Awards; Best of fest
JANEK / BASTARD
HollyShorts
Los Angeles, CA
2018
Official Selection
JANEK / BASTARD
Terminus Film Festival + Conference
Atlanta, GA
2018
Opener
Javier
Official selection : Calarts' 2015 Directors Showcase
Los Angeles
2015
Best Directing in Short Film
JANEK / BASTARD
Bali International Film Festival for Spirituality, Religion, and Visionary
Bali
College
American Film Institute (AFI)
Film Directing
20152018
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