Anat Zalmanson Kuzmetsov

Born and raised in Israel, Anat studied film-making in Israel and England before embarking on a film career, where she had success in both popular media and promotional productions. Anat’s most recent documentary, Operation Wedding, was released in 2016 in Israel, and has since appeared in film festivals around the world, winning awards for best documentary and best story. Although the documentary is complete, Anat feels the need to make sure that the next generation is familiar with the struggle of Soviet Jewry. She produced a film of archival materials for historians on the struggle, began pushing out materials about Soviet Jewry through social media, and developed an educational online program with Israeli Prime Minister Office- Nativ (in English and Hebrew) Let My People Go.

Currently Anat co Producing a feature film based on her father's book "Prison Diaries" and her documentary "Operation Wedding".