About Oded Turgeman
Oded was born and raised in Jerusalem and attended the Sam Spiegel Film & Television school. He also wrote and directed two short films shown on Israeli television, and directed nationally broadcast television shows and commercials. In 2005, Oded moved to Los Angeles to attend the American Film Institute (AFI) Conservatory’s prestigious directing program. He received the Hollywood Foreign Press Association International Filmmaker Award in recognition of his work on Pooh’s Prayer. His thesis film, Song of David won the jury prize at the USA Film Festival. Oded also created Polarizers, a boys-action TV series. Oded is also the North American Representative for the Jerusalem Development Authority.