Head of Atzmor Productions, expert in feature lengnth documentaries, fiction films and tv series. Winner of the Sundance World Cinema Prize and a Peabody Award for The Law In These Parts (2011) by Ra'anan Alexandrowicz. Produced Presenting Princess Shaw (2016) by Ido Haar (a Magnolia and Participant Media release, Netflix world wide release), The Accursed (2014), a 5 parts docu-drama written and directed by Hagai Levi, and Defence Files (2014) a 6 parts documentary series by Moish Goldberg. May 2008- August 2010. Receent years films include The Viewing Booth (docuemntary by Ra'anan Alexandrowicz, Berlinale 2020), King Bibi (2019 documentary by Dan Shadur aired on 15 TV stations worldwide), No Blood (fiction by Joseph El-Dror, 2019 Best First Feature Prize at the Haifa Film Festival), Kirshenbaum Diaries (2019 by Ben Shani, Best Documentary Series, The Israeli Academy Award) and Caffe Nagler (Documentary by Mor Kaplansky Berlinale 2015). Served as senior commissioning editor for Israel's documentary channel ("Channel 8."). Till then he was a managing director and senior producer at Belfilms, a production company based in Tel Aviv specializing in the production of documentaries, and the only Israeli Production Company to be listed as one of the Real Screen Global 100— an international list of the most influential production companies in world-wide non-fiction entertainment today. Liran has produced films and programs for all major Israeli broadcasters and has initiated, negotiated, managed and produced international co-productions with numerous broadcasters and distributors in North America and Europe including the POV, Netflix, BBC, ZDF-Arte, The History Channel, and many more. Credits include The Yad Vashem Films, The Inner Tour, The Settlers, and My Stills. As a filmmaker Liran has directed two documentary films Perlov's Room (1999) and Jerusalem Cuts (2008). Since he graduated the Tel Aviv University Film and Television Department Liran teaches production in various academic institutions. He is also volunteering in Israeli public initiatives that concern the future of the film community.