Liki Tapuach studied film and video editing at Camera Obscura in Tel Aviv and the School of Visual Arts in New York.
She started out as post production producer for commercials, TV documentaries then moved on to edit a variety of shows, music videos and other content for several TV channels in Israel as well as private clients.
As director and editor for the food channel, she developed a true passion for editing cooking shows.
In 2014 Liki joined Question Everything Productions. She edited the documentaries Writers Matter (2015) and 8000 Paperclips and One Skype Call (2016).
Question Everything Productions is a small production company, established in 2013.
We produce documentary films centered on social issues, to highlight organizations and individuals who fight for and promote social change.
We also produce promotional videos for local businesses as well as provide videography and editing services.
Nitsan Tal was born and raised in Israel, in a Kibbutz.
Her grandfather, an avid amateur photographer, gave her her first SLR camera together with Dark room equipment, and sparked her first interest in photography.
Nitsan studied veterinary medicine in Israel and moved to the U.S. in 1998. The proximity to New York City allowed her to take classes in photography while practicing as a veterinarian. She studied at the New York Institute of Photography and the International Center of Photography.
In 2008 Nitsan established her photography studio in Closter, New Jersey.
Nitsan’s personal work is documentary in style with emphasis on the human condition. She has special interest in the work of nonprofit aid organizations and donates her time and services to NGO’s around the world.
In 2013 Nitsan filmed her first documentary film “It Takes Balls”, the story of an actor who likes to portray women. The film was shown in several festivals in the U.S.
She since completed two more documentary films: “Writers Matter”, about a non profit organization working with inner city school children in Philadelphia, and “8000 Paperclips and One Skype Call” about an artist working with refugee children in Uganda.
Nitsan’s work has been shown in the following venues:
The Center for Cuban Arts NYC
Umbrella Arts NYC
25 CPW Gallery NYC
Scott Hill Gallery Closter New Jersey
Next Gallery NYC
World Affairs Council Global Visions exhibition
Cinemadiverse - Palm Springs Gay and Lesbian Film Festival
Big Apple Film Festival
The Three Minutes Theatre, Manchester, UK
New Hope Film Festival
The New Americans Museum -San Diego
Firstglance Film Festival - Philadelphia
Chicago International Social Change Film Festival