Academy Award Nominated and Emmy Award Winner Guy Davidi has been directing, shooting, and editing since the age of sixteen. In 2006 his film "In Working Progress" was released and participated in film festivals around the world. Three more shorts followed the film: "A Gift From Heaven," in 2008, "Women Defying Barriers,” in 2009 (the winner of Best Documentary in Montecatini Festival), and "Keywords" which premiered at the Haifa Film Festival in 2010. In 2010 Davidi screened his first full-length film "Interrupted Streams" in the official competition of the Cinema-South Festival and competed in the Jerusalem Film Festival. He also won the David Silver Camera at the Warsaw Jewish Film Festival. His second feature "Five Broken Cameras" was an exemplary international success. The film was nominated to the Oscar 2013 in the Best Documentary section and has won the 2013 International Emmy Award for Best Documentary. Davidi won the prize for Best Director at the Sundance Film Festival as well as the Audience and Jury awards at IDFA in Amsterdam and the Best Documentary in Cinema Eye Honors. In addition, it won awards in more than 30 film festivals such as Sheffield, Cinema du Reel, Planete + Docs, and the Jerusalem Film Festival. Five Broken Cameras was sold to numerous TV stations and commercially distributed in theaters across Europe, Asia and North America.