Uri Ackerman is most well known for camera, and has 4 known credits, of which 4 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.
If you enjoy Uri Ackerman’s movies you should definitely watch 9 Star Hotel (2007) Uri has worked on!
The best rated movie Uri Ackerman has been a part of is the documentary movie 9 Star Hotel, where they had the role of camera. It has a rating 7.4 on IMDb.
Google Baby has a rating on 6.2 on IMDb . Uri Ackerman worked on this drama, documentary movie as camera.
In The Trial of Adolf Eichmann Uri Ackerman was worked as camera operator.
In Ron Arad – Not Without White Gloves Uri Ackerman had the role of camera.
Uri Ackerman is male.
Uri Ackerman is most known for camera. Uri has worked on 4 movies and 0 TV shows.
The best rated movie they have been a part of is 9 Star Hotel, which has a score of 0.0.
2007 . Documentary . 1h 18m
Executive producer. Slipping through the predawn darkness over highways, through traffic and across the border, Palestinian construction workers go to work clandestinely in Israel every day. Haar's raw, handheld photography follows workers who build their own border shanty community to enter Israel more easily, with no choice but to risk their lives simply to earn a living.
2009 . Drama, Documentary . 1h 10m
Executive producer. A journey across three continents telling the story of the up and coming baby production industry in the age of globalization.
2011 . Documentary . 1h 30m
Executive producer. The 1961 trial of Adolf Eichmann held in an Israeli courtroom and broadcast around the globe, was a benchmark event in the historiography of the Holocaust, especially in Israel where the trial proved a watershed experience for survivors and citizens of the new Jewish state. Employing new video and broadcast technologies, the trial was also a milestone in media and journalism coverage. This absorbing, comprehensive new documentary features detailed accounts of Eichmann's capture, the drama in the courtroom and behind the scenes, and reactions to the trial from around the world.
2017 . Documentary . 45 m
Executive producer. This film documents a year in a life of an artist who takes an object that symbolized speed, movement, and momentum before it was abandoned – and crushes it in order to make it a living art work. By capturing significant moments in the process, as the concept evolves to become a major international exhibition, this film explores the life and art of Ron Arad