Dina Zvi Riklis

Dina Zvi-Riklis grew up in Ramat Gan and completed her academic studies at the Theater Department of Tel Aviv University. She directed and wrote several films, television dramas and documentaries. In 1976 she was the director of a screenplay in "Halfon Does not Answer," where she met her future husband, director and screenwriter Eran Riklis.

The first film she directed was a short film called "Kardania" in 1984. In 2006, the film "Three Mothers" was directed by Gila Almagor and Miri Mesika. The film won the Ophir Prize and the Wolgin Prize.

In October 2012, her film "In the Fifth Sky" was released, according to Rachel Eitan's book, with Yehezkel Lazarov, Esti Zackheim, Rotem Zisman-Cohen and Elena Eve In December 2016, her film "The Wife of the Ambassador" was published in Israel, according to one of the stories in the book "GBS" written by Alma Ganihar. She was awarded the Minister of Education and Culture Prize for Cinema Art in 1991.