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1. Lilith Performance Studio Presents: Enough About You by Einat Amir, February 17 - 19, 2011

  • Published: 2011-03-22T09:20:09+00:00
  • Duration: 299
  • By amir einat
Lilith Performance Studio Presents: Enough About You by Einat Amir, February 17 - 19, 2011

Enough About You by Einat Amir Lilith Performance Studio, February 17 - 19, 2011 duration: 20 min Participants: The Audience, and the "hosts": Ida Mårdhed and Pether Lindgren Five white boxes are placed in a white clinical room. Twenty people at a time are directed into the bright room and are requested to line up next to each other. Two guides dressed in black are thoroughly choosing two people at a time and leading them into the small and narrow rooms. Fully exposed through a glass wall they are waiting for instructions from a synchronized loudspeaker system: - Welcome strangers, you are being watched but no one can hear you. - You are about to be asked a series of questions. Please share your answers with each other. You will have a limited amount of time to answer each question. The spectators who were not chosen to go into the boxes are standing against the entrance wall, observing the couples that were inserted into the boxes: With a tentative body language they start to converse politely to each other. Every movement, facial expression, and emotional shift of the room inhabitants is completely exposed, but not a single word or sound can be grasped from the outside. At times the dialogues break and the body movements are changing simultaneously. The couples inside the boxes are crossing their arms over their chests, dancing, and taking each other’s hands, caressing each other’s cheek. The nature of the questions is gradually changing from standard questions to deeper and more personal. The pairs seem to come closer to one another. They laugh, talk confidentially and listen concentrated to each other. When 13 minutes had past they are led out of boxes and guided out through a side door of the space. The performance is shown several times each day. The audience is welcomed to visit the performance as many times as they wish, taking their chances over and over again: would I be chosen to go into the box this time? Or would I be left to watch from the outside? In recent years our possibilities to socialize has been simplified and changed dramatically, thanks to all the media that provides numerous meeting options. We can read strangers’ diaries and view their family albums long before we get a closer contact. The conditions to form an opinion in advance of who the other person is has increased, along with the possibility of rejecting those whom we do not want have contact with. Einat Amirs new performance Enough About You touches this subject. With Lilith Performance Studio Amir creates a sensuous venue and an observatory for physical encounters, which is controlled by a predetermined template. In the work she is exploring the meeting as a real action and as an image, from a traditional starting point of two people, face to face. einatamir.com lilithperformancestudio.com


2. Enough About You (2011) by Einat Amir

  • Published: 2012-05-03T22:18:41+00:00
  • Duration: 299
  • By einat amir
Enough About You (2011) by Einat Amir

Five white boxes are placed in a white clinical room. Twenty people at a time are directed into the bright room and are requested to line up next to each other. Two guides dressed in black are thoroughly choosing two people at a time and leading them into the small and narrow rooms. Fully exposed through a glass wall they are waiting for instructions from a synchronized loudspeaker system: - Welcome strangers, you are being watched but no one can hear you. - You are about to be asked a series of questions. Please share your answers with each other. You will have a limited amount of time to answer each question. The spectators who were not chosen to go into the boxes are standing against the entrance wall, observing the couples that were inserted into the boxes: With a tentative body language they start to converse politely to each other. Every movement, facial expression, and emotional shift of the room inhabitants is completely exposed, but not a single word or sound can be grasped from the outside. At times the dialogues break and the body movements are changing simultaneously. The couples inside the boxes are crossing their arms over their chests, dancing and taking each other’s hands, caressing each other’s cheek. The nature of the questions is gradually changing from standard questions to deeper and more personal. The pairs seem to come closer to one another. They laugh, talk confidentially and listen concentrated to each other. When 13 minutes had past they are led out of boxes and guided out through a side door of the space. The performance is shown several times each day. The audience is welcomed to visit the performance as many times as they wish, taking their chances over and over again: would I be chosen to go into the box this time? Or would I be left to watch from the outside? In recent years our possibilities to socialize has been simplified and changed dramatically, thanks to all the media that provides numerous meeting options. We can read strangers’ diaries and view their family albums long before we get a closer contact. The conditions to form an opinion in advance of who the other person is has increased, along with the possibility of rejecting those whom we do not want have contact with. Einat Amirs new performance Enough About You touches this subject. Amir creates a sensuous venue and an observatory for physical encounters, which is controlled by a predetermined template. In the work she is exploring the meeting as a real action and as an image, from a traditional starting point of two people, face to face. The work was first exhibited at Lilith Performance Studio, Sweden.


3. Einat Amir and Dr. Orly Idan, Pragmatic Failure (2017) - excerpts

  • Published: 2018-05-30T15:41:58+00:00
  • Duration: 742
  • By einat amir
Einat Amir and Dr. Orly Idan, Pragmatic Failure (2017) - excerpts

Pragmatic failure is a performance and a psychological experiment I created with PICR lab’s Psycholinguist Dr. Orly Idan. To what extent does language shape our perception of reality and our emotional experiences? We invite 160 spectators to examine the question in the context of the refugee issue in Israel. The performance lead participants through three unique spaces, while filling out electronic questionnaires, interacting intimately with actors, and receiving real-time experiment results.


4. Milky Shot

  • Published: 2017-07-31T10:22:55+00:00
  • Duration: 173
  • By Roy Kafri
Milky Shot

Directing ,editing, soundtrack and starring: Roy Kafri Writing and Concept: Roy Kafri and Gon Ben Ari Producers : Mika Timor and Natan Schottenfels ACW- GREY TEL AVIV Ad Agency Ft. : Dalia Mazor, Esther Admon, Tom Chodorov, Itzik Gerber, Shani Rotenberg, Eli Reinman, Tal Lupesko, Bar Lupesko, Nimrod Leibovich, Danielle Ouziel Leibovich, Tom Metcalfe Cinematography: Roman Linetsky Line Producer: Nevo Jakobovitch Post House: Gravity Sfx Supervisor: Itay Schiff Director of Animation: Elad Izhaki Lead Vfx Artist: Ori Morahg Vfx Artist: Guy Lubin Head of Vfx: Yoav Savariego Head of Design: Sasha Kizin Desgin: Dima Vernigor, Talya Fuchs, Chagai Yitzchaki Post Production Producer: Ophir Kupershmidt Render: Eliel Levy, Ben Pank Animation: Vladimir Soulop Storyboard artist: Yoav Shtibelman Dailies: Omer Leshem Casting: Shiran Sharabany 1st AD: Melina Karpovich Production Desginer: Udi Tugendreich Gaffer: Lior Peri Key Grip: Golan Kwiat Stunts: Sergei Klimkin (Kepa Stunts) Wardrobe: Chen Gilad Hair&Make Up: Revital Cohen Sound Mixer: Nir Aviam Production Manger: Rotem Amor Set Dresser: Amir Yaron Location Scouting: Avi Sheva, Eran Trabelsi 1st AC: Gaby Weissman 2nd AC: Shay Ben Arie BB electric: Avishai Azulay, Yana Mitnick BB Grip: Ronen Yahalomi ,Nir Harari HMU Assitant: Noam Ben Moshe Drone: Gadi Portnoy Art Assistant: Einat Telem Location Manger: Esteban Jasper PA’s: Tomer Yehieli, Or Sia, Matan Ben Mosh, Manara Nivron Track: Produced by Roy Kafri Mix: Ori Shohat https://roykafri.bandcamp.com/track/--19 www.roykafri.com


5. The Amazing Race Promo part 2

  • Published: 2011-07-03T19:16:26+00:00
  • Duration: 41
  • By Orya Shiffer
The Amazing Race Promo part 2

Creative Director: Koby Ophinkaro, Copywriter: Noam Lior, Producer:Shirley Zaltzman, Adi Dor, Einat Ezuz, Director: Orya Shiffer, Cinematographer: Nitay Netzer, Art Director: Avi Avivi, Editor:Simon Herman, Sound Editor:Shai Zingerman, After Effects: Rivi Amir, Graphic Design: Gili Comforty


6. Lilith Performance Event, 2011

Lilith Performance Event, 2011

Lilith Performance Studio proudly presents: Lilith Performance Event 2011 On the 27 and 28 May, we opened the doors for our largest venture so far – Lilith Performance Event 2011 An extraordinary performance event with seven extensive site-specific visual art performances by the artists: Yingmei Duan (CHN), Genevieve Belleveau (USA), Jannicke Låker (NOR), Cai Yuan (CHN), Morgan Schagerberg (SWE), Einat Amir (ISR) and Matti Kallioinen (SWE). Lilith Performance Event 2011 is an evening where several large-scale visual art performances will take room and space without compromising the artistic expression and the unique experience. During one night the audience gets the opportunity to experience seven performances by artists who previously created solo productions at Lilith Performance Studio. The event is assembled as a group exhibition in which a number of performances will go on parallel, and where visitors can wander in and out of different worlds, participating and observing, for 5 hours. http://www.lilithperformancestudio.com/lilithevent2011.html


7. Cherie AND Renno- MEOW! (Official music video)

Cherie AND Renno- MEOW! (Official music video)

POSSIBLY THE MUSIC VIDEO WITH THE MST CATS EVER. =^-^= A music video i directed for the Tel-Aviv duo Cherie AND Renno. Check out the entire cat list on their website: CherieAndRenno.com Shiri (Cherie) and Ran (Renno) have performed on some of the biggest festivals in Europe with their former band IZABO (including Sziget, Transmusicales, Paleo, Eurosonic, United Islands and more) and released 3 albums worldwide (via Rough Trade, Sony BMG UK, Roy Music and 100% Records). Cherie and Renno are: Ran Shem Tov: Electric Viola & vocals Shiri Hadar: Keyboards Bass & vocals Amir Bresler: Drums This feline awesomeness was created by these beautiful cats: Written, designed, directed & purred by Shushu E. Spanier Art Director, head of design & catnip dealer: Shirley Eva Bahar Ninja animator, head of VFX and editor: Nissim Farin Shtamper VFX Animator: Asaf Norani VFX Animator: Einat Moscovich VFX Animator: Shahar Fleisher Designer: Rotem Mark Production manager, muse & tuna provider: Shiri Davidovitch Band's mascot cat: Dudu the cat Website: https://cherieandrenno.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cherieandrenno/ Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/cherie-and-ren... Contact Us: [email protected] MEOW Supreme, pussy Lips, juicy Tits, free like birds Rank, big boss Future is looking bright Present, so alive Past, the kitchen floor Language Meow She's got no kitchen, kitchen, nothing like her mother She's got no TV, TV, gave it to her brother She's got so many, many, many mini lovers She's got your money, money, money, money, money, money Meow She-wow Meow Meow 'Cause she can Extreme, pussy Breaks don't exist Pleasures, all the list Sex, big boss Puppies, favorite dish Puppies, more than fish Puppies, on the leash Puppies, puppies Meow She's got no kitchen, kitchen, nothing like her mother She's got no TV, TV, gave it to her brother She's got so many, many, many mini lovers She's got your money, money, money, money, money, money Meow She-wow Meow Meow 'Cause she can


8. Milky FestiEti

  • Published: 2018-05-29T20:05:37+00:00
  • Duration: 156
  • By Roy Kafri
Milky FestiEti

Directing ,editing, soundtrack and starring: Roy Kafri Writing and Concept: Roy Kafri and Gon Ben Ari Producers : Mika Timor and Natan Schottenfels ACW-GREY TEL AVIV Ad Agency Ft. : Chen Garti, Tom Metcalfe, Rotem Amor, Adar Ruimi (???), Moshik Cohen, Dan Farkash, Shaul Luria, Karin Cohen Cinematography: Roman Harten Line Producer: Ayelet Efraim Post House: Gravity Lead Compositor: Itay Schiff Sfx Supervisor and Creative Director: Ori Morahg Director of Animation: Elad Izhaki Manager of Online and Rendering: Yoav Savariego Flame: Micky Gorenstein Model Rig: Daniel Gonen Art Director: Roman Bruce Umanski Production Manager: Ophir Kupershmidt Render: Ben Pank, Eliel Levy, Daniel Gonen Online Editing: Alex Deautch (???), Guy Lubin Desgin: Dima Vernigor, Vlad Dorfman, Yaniv Shachar Sound Mix: Ori Shochat Additional Music: Daniel Koren 1st AD: Itay Mandel Animation: Vladimir Soulop Production Designer: Udi Tugendreich Wardrobe: Chen Gilad Hair & Make Up: Revital Cohen Gaffer: Lior Peri Key Grip: Omer Ajami Casting: Shiran Sharabany Sound Mixer: Kobi Nissim Boom operator: Yoav Damti Dailies: Chen Yosef, Almog Ganot, Omer Leshem Production Manger: Rotem Amor Location Scouting: Idan Bardach Additional footage (???): Matan Cohen 2nd AD: Michal Wold 1st AC: Nimrod Golan 2nd AC: Avihai Rochkin Set Dresser: Amir Yaron Assistant Gaffer: Nadav Dasberg, Yuval Tzuki Lester Art Assistant: Einat Telem Hair & Make Up Assistant: Tania Yerushalmi Grip Assistant: Nir Harari Stunts: Sergei Klimkin (Kepa Stunts) Production Assistant: Yarin Dadush, Roy Malul, Oded Turgeman PA: Chen Arami Camera, Gaffer and Grip Equipment: Movie Mobile Travel: Avi Davidov Original Music: Roy Kafri Mix: Ori Shochat https://goo.gl/68MQZA Agent: Roy Hollander Production House: EGG Thanks: Daniel Koren, Niv Majar, Sigal Kafri, Vania Heymann, Tal Baltuch, Gal Muggia, Inbal Horowitz, Denzel Washington, Yotam Guendelman, Tal Shaffier Avineta, Shani Dahan Yancu (Movie Mobile), Yaron Broide, John C Riley www.roykafri.com


9. Lilith Performance Event 2011 - Konservburksdjungeln (The Tin Jungel) by Morgan Schagerberg

Lilith Performance Event 2011 - Konservburksdjungeln (The Tin Jungel) by Morgan Schagerberg

Lilith Performance Studio's documentation of Morgan Schagerberg's performance Konservburksdjungeln (The Tin Jungel) that was part of Lilith Performance Event 2011, May 27 and 28, 2011. Lilith Performance Studio presented an extraordinary performance event with seven extensive site-specific visual art performances by the artists: Yingmei Duan (CHN), Genevieve Belleveau (USA), Jannicke Låker (NOR), Cai Yuan (CHN), Morgan Schagerberg (SWE), Einat Amir (ISR) and Matti Kallioinen (SWE). Morgan Schagerberg (SWE) – Konservburksdjungeln (The Tin Jungle) Inside a six-meter high rock crystal a scene is taking place, like a film clip that has become bogged down. On top of the mountain someone is playing piano continuously, below in the valley, a woman is trying to teach a man the thing he wishes to master. The man’s failure is repeated again and again in a loop that never ends. Read More: http://www.lilithperformancestudio.com/lilithevent2011.html


10. Regarding Yesterday 2005 - 2014 (trailer)

  • Published: 2012-09-26T06:34:20+00:00
  • Duration: 228
  • By Adva Zakai
Regarding Yesterday 2005 - 2014 (trailer)

In the performance series Regarding Yesterday today's audience influences what tomorrow's audience will see. it is not one but a series of shows. At a certain moment in each performance something will make both the audience and the performer look at this piece from a whole new perspective... whatever happens then, will instigate the creation of the following episode in the series. This performance travels between audiences and passes on their ideas to the next one to come. It is always the same piece, but also always the première of a new one. EN spoken 50’ ------------------ Concept & performance: Adva Zakai / In dialogue with: Shila Anaraki / Light design: Christoph Ragg Production: Pianofabriek Kunstenwerkplaats (BE)/ Co-production: Beursschouwburg (BE), kc nOna (BE), Vooruit (BE)/With the support of: the Flemish Community / Special thanks to Repetition Island, Mardi, Elinoar Zakai, Frederique de Montblanc, Miriam Hempel, Abäke, Effi & Amir, Ismail Al-Bahar, Benjamin Kahn, Thomas Myrmel, Tammuz Binshtock, Lara Barsacq, Einat Tuchman, Michael Schmidt, Deanne Buterworth, Georgina Criddle, Atlanta Eke, Ash Kilmartin and those who will join along the different phases of the series.


11. Our Best Intentions Trailer

  • Published: 2013-03-18T20:00:48+00:00
  • Duration: 183
  • By einat amir
Our Best Intentions Trailer

Einat Amir’s Our Best Intentions is a two version work – a video installation and a live performance. Taking place in a family room, a bedroom, a workroom, and a dining room, where 20 participants were divided into 4 groups, each was placed in one of the domestic areas and was assigned with a group moderator. Each moderator came from a different professional background ranging from psychotherapy to performing arts. The moderators guide separate sessions with their groups. The sessions take place in succession, and while each one occurs, the other three groups observe. ​ Our Best Intentions offers viewers a unique experience in art, therapy and theater, and the unusual opportunity to serve as both active protagonists and passive observers. The project also introduces a relationship between video and performance art in which each component is a separate work based on the same concept. The video installation presents the “director’s vision” of the performance: shot in a film studio, directed, and edited. The live performance, in contrast, is unpredictable and dependent on audience participation and collaboration. ​ Our Best Intentions creates a controlled environment in which one comes across authentic encounters between people who are encouraged to use personal stories and memories to deal with unresolved issues, form momentary intimate connections with strangers, and reveal themselves in unexpected ways. Audience members are welcome to attend both the live performance and the video installation in order to compare their experiences. ​ Our Best Intentions was presented in New York on November 2013 as one of the eight premieres of PERFORMA13, The Fifth Biennial for Visual Art Performance In New York City, 2013. Other premieres included works by Joan Jonas and Jerome Bel among others. Our Best Intentions was also shown at the Petach Tikva Museum in Israel, from October 2013 through January 2014


12. Slideshow - "Enough About You" by Einat Amir at Lilith

Slideshow -

Lilith Performance Studio Einat Amir (ISR) Enough About You 17-19 February 2011 Duration: 13 min Five white boxes are placed in a white clinical room. Twenty people at a time are directed into the bright room and are requested to line up next to each other. Two guides dressed in black are thoroughly choosing two people at a time and leading them into the small and narrow rooms. Fully exposed through a glass wall they are waiting for instructions from a synchronized loudspeaker system: - Welcome strangers, you are being watched but no one can hear you. - You are about to be asked a series of questions. Please share your answers with each other. You will have a limited amount of time to answer each question. The spectators who were not chosen to go into the boxes are standing against the entrance wall, observing the couples that were inserted into the boxes: With a tentative body language they start to converse politely to each other. Every movement, facial expression, and emotional shift of the room inhabitants is completely exposed, but not a single word or sound can be grasped from the outside. At times the dialogues break and the body movements are changing simultaneously. The couples inside the boxes are crossing their arms over their chests, dancing and taking each other’s hands, caressing each other’s cheek. The nature of the questions is gradually changing from standard questions to deeper and more personal. The pairs seem to come closer to one another. They laugh, talk confidentially and listen concentrated to each other. When 13 minutes had past they are led out of boxes and guided out through a side door of the space. The performance is shown several times each day. The audience is welcomed to visit the performance as many times as they wish, taking their chances over and over again: would I be chosen to go into the box this time? Or would I be left to watch from the outside? Read more: http://www.lilithperformancestudio.com/EinatAmir.html http://einatamir.com/


13. 2 Friend 1 Cup

  • Published: 2012-04-06T11:08:15+00:00
  • Duration: 84
  • By GoFirst
2 Friend 1 Cup

Credits: Creative & Script by SoberApp. DoP & Directed & Edited by Niv Eshet-Cohen. Actors: Ben Alhadeff, Tomer Amir, Einat Litvak. Music Produced by FelixFX Base on "I'll Be There For You" by The Rembrandts. Thanks to "Bar Gurion Herzliya". [And to Matan Levi, Tal Ben-Nun, Yinon Kizmacher, Asaf Eshel, Anat Sharshan and Asaf Wlodawer.]


14. Phase Two (2009) by Einat Amir

  • Published: 2012-02-28T21:35:29+00:00
  • Duration: 145
  • By einat amir
Phase Two (2009) by Einat Amir

Einat Amir’s Phase Two features three actors hired to improvise archetypal characters—a crying woman, an ex-boyfriend, and an entrepreneurial actor. During Performa09, these characters were advertised on Craigslist and introduced to the public at Scaramouche Gallery, where visitors were invited to submit written requests to utilize the actors in any way they chose. The artist then selected three of the proposed scenarios – a church service, a lip-synching performance, and a gallery tour – in which the actors performed. The resulting multi-screen video installation combines footage from these events alongside ephemera related to the process of procuring submissions. The work was exhibited at The Kitchen, New York and MLAC, Rome http://einatamir.com


15. Basic Assumption 2017

  • Published: 2018-08-12T15:32:47+00:00
  • Duration: 725
  • By einat amir
Basic Assumption 2017

Basic Assumption 2017 Basic Assumption is a performance-psychological experiment hybrid, created by Einat Amir in collaboration with empathy researcher Yossi Hasson of the Emotion in Conflict Lab at the IDC Herzelia. The work explored critical questions about relationships between people and groups: Why is it so hard for us to feel empathy for those who are not like us and do not belong to our group? And is it possible to make people feel more empathy for others?


16. Lilith presents Happy Yingmei by Yingmei Duan (CHN)

Lilith presents Happy Yingmei by Yingmei Duan (CHN)

Lilith presents Happy Yingmei by Yingmei Duan (CHN) Lilith Performance Studio's documentation of Yingmei Duan's performance Happy Yingmei which was part of Lilith Performance Event 2011, May 27 and 28, 2011. Lilith Performance Studio presented an extraordinary performance event with seven extensive site-specific visual art performances by the artists: Yingmei Duan (CHN), Genevieve Belleveau (USA), Cai Yuan (CHN), Morgan Schagerberg (SWE), Einat Amir (ISR), Jannicke Låker (NO) and Matti Kallioinen (SWE). Yingmei Duan (b. 1969 in China) - Happy Yingmei Through a small doorway you step into Duan’s poetic wonderland, which is enacted in a dark forest glade, where Duan herself is standing and handing out handwritten wishes and requests, one by one, to the visitors. Happy Yingmei is inspired by Oscar Wilde’s fairytale The Happy Prince – a story about a golden statue that befriends a swallow. Together they bring happiness to others, in life as well as in death. Happy Yingmei is now part of Malmo Konsthall's exhibition 24 SPACES from July 5 - August 18, 2013. Happy Yingmei was produced by Lilith Performance Studio and first shown at Lilith Performance Studio’s Performance Event in 2011. The performance has also been shown at the Hayward Gallery in London 2012 and will be shown at the 19th Biennale of Sydney in 2014. Camera: Malin Franzén Edit: Lilith Performance Studio http://www.lilithperformancestudio.com/


17. The Amazing Race Promo part1

  • Published: 2011-07-03T18:59:18+00:00
  • Duration: 66
  • By Orya Shiffer
The Amazing Race Promo part1

Creative Director: Koby Ophinkaro, Copywriter: Noam Lior, Producer:Shirley Zaltzman, Adi Dor, Einat Ezuz, Director: Orya Shiffer, Cinematographer: Nitay Netzer, Art Director: Avi Avivi, Editor:Simon Herman, Sound Editor:Shai Zingerman, After Effects: Rivi Amir , Graphic Design: Gili Comforty


18. As Much As You Want 2018

  • Published: 2018-08-05T15:22:51+00:00
  • Duration: 760
  • By einat amir
As Much As You Want 2018

As Much As You Want - A performative psychological experiment by the artist Einat Amir and the social psychologist Yossi Hasson


19. Einat Amir, Acknowledgement (excerpts from a single channel video) 2007

  • Published: 2016-09-19T10:25:43+00:00
  • Duration: 124
  • By einat amir
Einat Amir, Acknowledgement (excerpts from a single channel video) 2007

A video installation that takes place at the Joe Alon Center in the south of Israel. Sitting in the middle of a Bedouin tent in a tailored suit, the artist lists names of artists she knows. The work is divided into five episodes which unite to form a single film.


20. Phase Two by Einat Amir

  • Published: 2012-05-03T22:22:15+00:00
  • Duration: 444
  • By einat amir
Phase Two  by Einat Amir

Einat Amir’s Phase Three features three actors hired to improvise archetypal characters—a crying woman, an ex-boyfriend, and an entrepreneurial actor. During Performa09, these characters were advertised on Craigslist and introduced to the public at Scaramouche Gallery, where visitors were invited to submit written requests to utilize the actors in any way they chose. The artist then selected three of the proposed scenarios – a church service, a lip-synching performance, and a gallery tour – in which the actors performed. The resulting multi-screen video installation combines footage from these events alongside ephemera related to the process of procuring submissions. The work was exhibited at The Kitchen, New York and MLAC, Rome einatamir.com