About Regev Berkovitz
Regev Berkovitz is a technical director and filmmaker in New York City.
Regev is a graduate of the Film and Television department of Tel-Aviv University. After graduating, he collaborated with several projects organized by the university, such as the social documentary project, which included five documentaries and was displayed at a special screening as part of the International Students’ Film Festival at the Tel-Aviv Cinematheque in 2016. In addition, he produced a VR project, together with the university’s production studio (“Gaudamos”), which included five short VR films created with innovative technologies.
As a freelancer, Regev managed many productions and sets as an assistant director, such as the short film
Ten Buildings Away (Miki Polanski, 2015 Cannes Festival), the Israeli drama series Salma (Israeli Broadcast Corporation), commercials (Haifa Madatech, produced by Bakery Production House and Keshet), and more.
In 2016, Regev started working at the Israeli cable network ONE Sports, an affiliate of the popular Israeli sports portal ONE. He worked as a video switcher and as a technical director on all of the station’s broadcasts. Including live studio programs (Haminhelet), satellite sports broadcasts (Spanish League, the most viewed sports league in Israel), and performed different duties (VTR, REPLAY, floor manager, etc.) on the station’s broadcast van, which broadcast various sporting events from the field.
Regev moved to New York City in 2016, and has been continuing to pursue his passion for film and television production ever since, both independently and professionally.
"Without Notice" is a short film that was intended to be the pilot of an internet series at its inception. It is a parody inspired by the housing situation of Tel-Aviv's young population. The idea was to create an eccentric character whose inner logic turns the whole situation into utter madness.
Produced and Directed by Regev Berkovitz
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Editor and CG
Cinema Rama was created for an editing class, in which I was asked to create a short clip of no more than ten shots, dealing with memory. I used this opportunity to create a homage to an old cinema near my apartment at the time, which was about to be demolished. The idea was to try to capture all of the beautiful moments that existed at the cinema while it was active, and to show that from now on they will exist only in memory. It was important to me to create a tribute to this historic place that once displayed movies, and now serves as an exclusive housing complex.
This clip was created for a photography class, in which we were asked to choose a space and use it in order to create a story. The clip was filmed on Dov Hoz Street in Tel-Aviv, a place that the crew and I viewed as very photogenic, and we created the story on site, without a script.
Omri Ben Dor
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2 bedroom apartment
I created this movie together with Adi Mishnayot as part of a directing course we took, in which we were asked to create a film with three characters. The basic idea while writing the script was to make a fun film that doesn't take itself too seriously.
© 2019 Regev Berkovitz