Avi Belkin

Avi Belkin is an Israeli film director, producer and cinematographer.


Belkin studied art and film at HaMidrasha - Faculty of the Arts in Beit Berl, Israel.

Film careerEdit

In 2012, Belkin produced and directed a short documentary film, Paddle Ball, that won first place at the Haifa International Film Festival that year. In 2014, his debut feature film Winding, about the Yarkon River,[1] won the best film award. [2]

Belkin directed the documentary feature Mike Wallace is Here that follows the life and career of American journalist Mike Wallace (2019)[3] and directed and executive produced a 6 part true-crime documentary series No One Saw a Thing (2019) that tells the story of a small violent town in Missouri.[4]



  1. ^ Winding
  2. ^ Beit Berl College EXCELLENCE AND EQUALITY, Haaretz
  3. ^ Interview: Director Avi Belkin Reminds You 'Mike Wallace Is Here'
  4. ^ “Every Viewer Can Decide What to Believe or Not Believe, Who to Trust and What to Question”: Avi Belkin on His Sundance TV True Crime Series No One Saw a Thing
  5. ^ Maglio, Tony (27 February 2018). "SundanceTV, Blumhouse Team on New True Crime Documentary Series". The Wrap. Retrieved 4 March 2018.
  6. ^ Littleton, Cynthia (27 February 2018). "SundanceTV Orders Blumhouse TV Docu Series 'No One Saw a Thing'". Variety. Retrieved 4 March 2018.

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