The "Working Woman" and "Craving" are among the ten Israeli films to be screened at the 49th International Film Festival of India (IFFI) as part of the country's focal package.
Israel is a country in focus on this year's film extravagance.
The festival, which will be held from November 20 to 28 in Goa, will feature 10 films in collaboration with the Consulate General of Israel in Mumbai.
Avi Nesher's "Second Story" will begin with the segment.
The film from 2018 shows the characters who are experiencing the pain of being in a dysfunctional family and how this family treats the religious repentance of their daughter.
Director Michal Aviad, "Working Woman" is a film from 2018 that focuses on harassment in the workplace and contains the powerful performances of Liron Ben Shlush. He was filmed at the Contemporary World Cinema section at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2018.
The "craving" tells the story of a Mediterranean Israeli bachelor who is forced to evaluate his life choices when he discovers that the former girl gave birth to her son 20 years earlier.
The film, directed by Savi Gabizon, is shown in the section of the Contemporary World Cinema at the International Film Festival in Toronto in 2017.
"Shalom Bollivood: The Untold Story of Indian Cinema" (2017) is a documentary film that marks the history of songs and dances of the world's largest film industry.
The film also features Bollywood veterans, including Rishi Kapoor, who talk about the film industry in general and the impact of Jewish stars.
Other films in the section are "Fusnota" (2011), "Bubble" (2006), "Unorthodok" (2018), "Para Aduma" (2018), "Redemption" (2018) and "Valtz vith Bashir" 2008).
This year, Israeli film director Dan Volman, known for "Hide and Seek", "Tied Hands" and "Israeli Love Story", will honor the lifetime reward.
Popular Israeli actor Alon Oboul will be a special guest as part of the Israeli delegation to the IFFI 2018. Oboula's filmmaking boasts films such as "Rambo III", "Munich" Steven Spielberg, "Bodi of Lies" Ridley Scott, "London Has Fallen" and "The Dark Knight Rises".
Aboutboul was awarded for the best actress at the 44th IFFI.
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