Hebrew for just a minute, Rock Regga is the title and aim of this Israel-based web series — to offer an intimate look at the country in brief bursts of image, sound and story. An official selection of the Near Nazareth Film Festival. Facebook Page. Media coverage 1. Media coverage 2. Media coverage 3.
Ep. 1 A Family Business — Welcome to Ting-Dong Dagan, a Tel Aviv carpentry shop where everyone is related. View episode.
Ep. 2 Body Branding — A first-time customer bares her skin for the needle. View episode.
Ep. 3 Friends for Life — Visit an informal weekly ritual on a bustling Tel Aviv sidewalk. View episode.
Ep. 4 Lady Saxophone — Soloist Yarden Klayman excels at an instrument long dominated by men. View episode.
Ep. 5 Old Camera Man — Retried photographer Azriel Klar is not selling anything out of his little shop on the corner. View episode.
Ep.6 — Punch, Kick, Choke, Burp — MMA fighter and new mom Olga Rubin, pushes herself to get into competitive shape. View episode.
Ep. 7 — A Family Business II — Ro’ee Dagan explains how offense and defense shape matkot paddles. View episode.
Ep. 8 — Body Branding II — Tattoo artist David Moreno offers his take on the Biblical prohibition against flesh piercing. View episode.
Ep. 9 — Friends for Life II — Pet lovers and the police meet amidst barking dogs on King George St. View episode.
Ep. 10 — Punch, Kick, Choke, Burp II — MMA fighter Olga Rubin works on her take-downs to prep for her big bout. View episode.
Ep. 11 — Old Camera Man II — Azriel Klar begins a story that echoes like no other in the series. View episode.
Ep. 12 — Lady Saxophone II — Yarden Klayman shares her vibe to close out the first season. View episode.
Ep. 1 Punch, Kick, Choke, Burp III — MMA fighter Olga Rubin looks back on her first big bout, while training for the next. View episode.
Ep. 2 Old Camera Man III — Retired photographer Azriel Klar picks up his Holocaust story where he left off in Season 1. View episode.
Ep. 3 Old Store, New Store — Azriel Klar’s shop on King George St. closes, as a new venue prepares to open next door. View episode.
Ep. 4 Old Store, New Store II — East Jerusalem building contractor Mohammad Jodh brings his skills to Tel Aviv. View episode.
Ep. 5 Body Branding III — Tzvi Weiss explains the reason for the tattoos covering his body. View episode.
Ep. 6 Magnum — A Tel Aviv visitor bonds with a wily crow in her neighborhood. View episode.
Ep. 7, Miri Plays the Shuk — An Israeli folk icon sings on the street. View episode.
Ep. 8, Magnum II — Neighbors and crows, crows and neighbors. Oi! View episode.
Ep. 9, Protecting Children — Noam Tal and Alan Sivroni take aim at an ancient Jewish tradition in the name of newborns. View episode.
Ep., 10, Wrapping for Redemption — Rabbi Oren Migdal carries out the Rebbe’s work one arm at a time. View episode.
Ep. 11, “The Clown” — Limor Amir invites us into her drama class for students with special needs to share her passion. View episode.
Ep. 12, “The Clown II — Limor Amir joins forces with an improv group to entertain a roomful of clowns. View episode.
Ep. 13, “The Clown III — Teaming up with her partner Eduardo, Limor Amir clowns around at a geriatric rehab center. View episode.