Uri decides to become a father, at any price. His deteriorating financial situation, the lack of interest on the part of the intended mother, and his own irresponsible conduct, are not going to stop him
Uri, 30, a youthful-looking homosexual, decides to force fatherhood on himself and bring a child into the world– with the help of his lethargic friend Ruthie, 33 in the hope that this act would enable them both to grow and change and become normal mature adults.
But the obstacles standing in Uri’s way are many: the instability of his partner in “the project,” his immediate environment, which refuses to believe in his ability to assume any responsibility, his boyish looks, and his worsening finances.
I began to write The Project in 2013, as the winds of the social protest movement were dying down and hundreds of thousands of young people were experiencing the loss of the hope that had blossomed that summer. The writing emerged from a steady observation of those young people who strove together for change but were forced to face the slow demise of their vision and their own growing anxiety caused by uncertainty over what the future holds for them.
Moshe Rosenthal, A director and screenwriter
he is a graduate of the Tel Aviv University Department of Film. Among his works are Rufus, a full-length independent movie, as well as shorts, clips, video art and internet series.
Mika Timor ,Executive producer and partner in Egg Productions
a video collective and production company based in Tel Aviv. A graduate of the Marc Rich Honors Program in the Humanities and Arts at Tel Aviv University, she has produced the documentary Murder Story (in editing) and the independent film Hot with the support of the Makor Foundation, as well as dozens of movies, clips and commercials.
founder and partner in Egg Productions. He lives in London where he heads the development department at AL Films. He is a graduate of the Tel Aviv University Department of Film.