Pain has no tomorrow
45 min. Documentary
Twenty years after the death of a young Israeli soldier his family and friends try to come to terms with the loss. While some are obsessed with the death others have held on to the living memories, and the pain is ever-present, and growing.
Sister Talk Productions for Channel 2, Israel
Camel Rally
40 min. Documentary
One of a series of individual high octane motor sport documentaries Ilan co-produced and directed for Israel's Channel 2 and "Sports Channel" during the 1990's. This time all-terrain vehicles and motorbikes navigate and race for 3 days and nights through the Negev desert.
Some parts are pure action while others are "human interest" vignettes looking at what makes the competitors tick.

Vazir Productions for Channel 2, Israel
Cellcom Cross
25 min. Documentary (also co producer, director)
Action packed documentary for the Sports Channel following bicycle riders racing over 3 days across the length of Israel from the Lebanese border to the Red Sea.
Vazir Productions for Sports Channel, Israel
Our town Zetl
55 min. Documentary
The story of a predominantly Jewish town in Belarus. Survivors tell the story of a happy childhood, occupation by Nazi Germany and the heroic fight for survival in the forests as partisans. Over 100 hours of interviews put together with compiled archive footage to tell the story from an ever shifting point of view.
Vazir Productions for Museum of the Diaspora
Horra VeKadima
5x27 min. Documentary mini-series (also director)
A mini series produced for Israel's Channel 2 looking at the development of Israeli folk dancing, combining interviews and performance for a multicultural tapestry of traditional and contemporary dance. A mixture of multicamera OB work and single camera EFP.
MTVS for Channel 2, Israel
29 min. Documentary (Supervising editor, online)
The charismatic leader of a punk rock band, Ido is a talented musician, an outspoken teenager, and suddenly - devoutly religious.
Ma'ale School of Film and TV, Jerusalem
Yan's Tea House
20 min. Documentary (Supervising editor, online)
The strained relationship between Jews and Arabs in Jerusalem as seen through the eyes of a mixed staff working at a hip "tea-house" in the Jewish part of the city, owned and managed by an Arab.
Ma'ale School of Film and TV, Jerusalem
25 min. Documentary (also co producer, director)
A documentary which looks into the the issues of Dyslexia, the state of research and the remedies offered by a charity devoted to helping families of Dyslexic children.
Vazir Productions for Mila Institute