An independent filmmaker and a film scholar. Since 1986 he has been a film director, producer and writer.
Prof. Aner Preminger (Ph.D) is an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication, the Hebrew University, Jerusalem (tenure position) & Department of Film & Television, Sapir Academic College: (tenure position). He is a films tutor; teaches Cinema Studies and Directing workshops.
In addition, Preminger was:
2012-2014 - Head of Film Track, the department of Film & Television, Sapir Academic College.
2011-2012 - Head of the department of Film & Television, Sapir Academic College.
Preminger’s filmography includes:
Present Continuous (2012); One Eye Wide Open (2009); Moscobia (2001); Ransom of the Father (2000); Last Resort (1999); Learning and Teaching Mathematics (1998); On My Way to Father’s Land (1995). Blind Man's Bluff (1993); Front Window (1990).
His Books include:
Reflection on Cinema and Ethos: Israeli and Other Scenes (Hebrew);
François Truffaut: Cinema as an Act of Love – An Intertextual Approach (English);
François Truffaut – The Man Who Loved Films (Hebrew);
Enchanted Screen: A Chronology of Media & Language (Hebrew).
Reflections on Cinema and Ethos
Israeli and Other Scenes