Dana Goldberg is an Israeli filmmaker. She graduated HaMidrasha School of Art, Beit Berl College, in 2003. Between 2003-2015 Goldberg wrote and directed 9 short films, exploring various forms of dependency and violence, related to gender, age and status gaps. She was awarded Most Promising Director at the Israeli Women’s Film Festival, 2009, for her film “Alligator”. “Alice”, Goldberg’s debut feature film, premiered at the Jerusalem Film Festival 2012, and was awarded the best screenplay and best actress awards, as well as the jury's special mention. Goldberg's first theater project – the mono drama "Esti of the Pine Trees", premiered at the Theatroneto Festival 2014. Her first volume of poetry, "Orange Corals", was published in 2011. Goldberg is currently developing new projects for screen and for stage.

Grants and awards

2002 Rabinovich Art Foundation grant for young poets.
2002 America-Israel Cultural Foundation grant for young video artists.
2003 America-Israel Cultural Foundation grant for young directors.
2004 America-Israel Cultural Foundation grant for young directors.
2005 Berlinale Talent Campus
2008 Rabinovich Art Foundation development grant for a full-length screenplay: "Alice".
2009 Most promising director award, The International Women's Film Festival, Rehovot.
2012 Rabinovich Art Foundation development grant for a new full-length screenplay.
2012 Honorable mention for "alice" in the Haggiag competition, Jerusalem Film Festival.
2012 The Gottlieb Film Fund screenplay award for Alice, Jerusalem Film Festival.
2012 Best actress award for Ilanit Ben Yaakov, lead actress, "Alice", Jerusalem Film Festival.
2012 Honorable mention for "Alice" in the International Women's Film Festival, Rehovot.
2015 Award at the International Pitching Forum, "Our Story", Haifa International Film Festival.

Filmography

2003 "Nommy Teller" (12 min.)
2004 "Cell" (9:30 min.)
2004 Untitled (1:44 min.)
2005 "Masha" (10 min.)
2007 "Alpha" (12 min.)
2009 "Alligator" (24 min.)
2011 "Alice"  (82 min.)
2014 "The Last Word" (4 min.)
2014 "V" (11:20 min.)
2015 "No Shadow" (8 min.)
2016 "Four Mothers" (10 min.)