Amos Oz: The Nature of Dreams is an Israeli documentary film, written, directed and produced by Yonathan and Masha Zur (Yonathan & Masha Films). It is a portrait of Israeli author Amos Oz, author of the memoir A Tale of Love and Darkness, and his efforts toward peace in the Middle East.
The film, released in May 2009, is Yonathan and Masha Zur’s second film (after Magia Russica, 2004). Amos Oz – The Nature of Dreams premiered at the Docaviv Documentary Film Festival in Tel Aviv. It was supported mainly by Arte ZDF and the Israeli Makor Film Fund, and also by YLE Finland and Radio Canada.
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