Shosh Shlam(Co-Director/Co-Producer) A winner for best documentary at Lublin Film Festival, Poland and Best Documentary Honorable Mention at Haifa International Film Festival. Shosh Directed and produced the documentary Be Fruitful And Multiply (2005), a film about an ultra orthodox woman, for who life is a perpetual cycle of pregnancy, birth, and constant nursing. She doesn't have the freedom to determine the course of her life. She serves God via the womb. The film Broadcasted on Channel 2 Israel and European TV Channels, and participated in film festivals around the world. Shosh also directed and produced the award winning documentary Last Journey Into Silence (2002), a story about Holocaust survivors in mental institutions in Israel. The film Broadcasted on CH1 Israel and film festivals around the world. Shosh was an assistant director for Love at second sight (2000), a feature film by Michal Bat Adam. Shosh was a theatre actress for 14 years at Haifa Theatre and The Cameri Theatre and graduated in Comparative and Hebrew Literature at Bar-Ilan University and the Theatre Department at Tel-Aviv University. She also Studied at Uta Hagen drama school in N.Y. and the Film School at N.Y.U.