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Streaming January 14-26, 2022 Digital Screening Room

Israel | 360 minutes | 2021

Just for Today (TV Series)

Florida Premiere

When a halfway home for recently released prisoners faces permanent closure, the former prisoners face a dramatic decision — will they be able to integrate back into society or will they be thrown back into their previous lives? The series centers around Anat, a social worker and current manager of the group home, who deals with both the shutting down of her life's work and the reemergence of Niko, her former ward and flame. Set in present-day Tel Aviv and directed by acclaimed Israeli filmmaker Nir Bergman (MJFF 2021 Audience Award-winning film Here We Are), Just for Today is dedicated to a group of people fighting for their place on the fringes of society. Winner of the Special Jury Prize at Cannes Series Mania and Winner of the Best International Series at the Zurich Film Festival.


Special Jury Prize at Cannes Series Mania

Director's Bio

Directed by Nir Bergman

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Nir Bergman is one of Israel’s most acclaimed filmmakers. His films have won more than 15 international awards including prizes at the Berlin Film Festival, Palm Springs Film Festival, and Tokyo Film Festival, among others. He is also the co-creator, writer, and director of the popular TV show In Treatment. Over the last ten years, several films of his have premiered at the Miami Jewish Film Festival, including Saving Neta (2016) and Here We Are (2021), which won the Festival's Audience Award.

Cast and Credits


Nir Bergman


Nir Bergman


Guy Raz


Tomer Bahat


Tal Lifshitz, Henry David, Imri Biton

Film Info






360 minutes


Hebrew with English subtitles
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