Adi Halfin is an award winning director and screenwriter. Her shorts have traveled the world in prestigious festivals such as Cannes and Berlinale and won numerous prizes worldwide.

In addition to directing, Adi teaches production and directing in film schools, where she has built a unique program that emphasizes the relations between the history of art and cinema.

"HOME ALONE" which she directed for Batsheva Dance Company was a viral hit and has won seven international prizes, including best short in the San Francisco Dance Film Festival. 

Adi currently divides her time between Tel-Aviv and Berlin, where she's working on her first feature film and directing music videos and commercials.


  • Jury Award, Macau ROLLOUT Festival 2017 - Home Alone
  • Audience Award, InShadow Film Festival, Lisbon 2016 - Home Alone
  • Audience Award, Dance@30fps Ohio, 2016 - Home Alone
  • Bronze Dance on Camera, Shortwaves Film Festival Poznan 2016 - Home Alone
  • Genero TV contest winner 2015 for Mark Ronson's "Daffodils"
  • Best short under 5min,  San Francisco Dance Film Festival 2014 - Home Alone
  • Best of The Fest, Oklahoma Dance Film Festival 2014 - Home Alone
  • Best Dance Film, SESIFF 2014 - Home Alone
  • Best Fiction, Potsdam Babelsberg Film Festival 2005 - Whatever It Takes
  • Director's Award Jerusalem 2003 - Homecoming