Inbal Oshman and Yannets Levi

Inbal Oshman is an Israeli independent choreographer. Her choreography is a compound of mythical, historical and cultural elements from different worlds. Inbal has created several globally acclaimed, prize-winning dance pieces that are performed globally. She is the winner of the 2018 award for emerging choreographers of the Israeli ministry of culture. Oshman was a resident choreographer in “Attakkalari Dance Company”, Bangalore, India (2013). She was a resident choreographer in “Kyoto Arts Center”, Japan (2015). Oshman was a selected resident artist in Bat Yam Municipality’s “Fest’Factory” in Israel (2015-2017). Her dance has been performed with a variety of musical ensembles such as “New York Baroque Incorporated”, “Geneva Camerata” and “Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra”. Oshman is an outstanding graduate of the Philosophy and History Department of Tel-Aviv University. She’s a member of the Choreographers Association and her work is supported by the Ministry of Sport and Culture and Mifal HaPais Council for Culture.

Yannets Levi is one of Israel’s most popular and critically-acclaimed writers for children and adults with 12 best sellers published in a row. Levi is winner of the Public Library Award (2010), the most prestigious prize for children’s literature in Israel, the Dvora Omer Award for children’s literature (2016) and the Prime Minister Prize for Literary Works (2021). 

Levi writes books and drama for stage and television. He’s a TV host, a lecturer, a dramaturge and a performer. Uncle Leo’s Adventures book series, created by Levi, has become an Israeli modern classic. It sold more than 1M copies in Israel alone and was translated into more than 10 languages; in China the series sold more than 500,000 copies. Uncle Leo’s Adventures play by Levi was produced by Israel’s National Theater HaBima.

Levi is co-writer and co-creator of the TV drama series Carthago, an international coproduction (KAN11).