Born in 1982 in tel aviv, Asaf has been making films and music since the age of sixteen.
He made several short films that showed at many international film festivals, amongst them is DEATH OF SHULA, his graduation film from Minshar school of art, premiered at the Directors’ Fortnight in 2007.
Today he is one Israel’s busiest film editors, with titles such as Navot Paposhado and Aharon Keshales’s
BIG BAD WOLVES (Tribecca, 2013), Keren Yedaya’s JAFFA (Official selection, Cannes 2009), Hagar Ben Asher’s THE SLUT (Critics week, Cannes 2011), and Meni Yaesh’s GODS NEIGHBORS (Critics week, Cannes 2012), amongst others, in his resume.
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