Sivan Levy awarded at the Israeli Oscar for SIX ACTS
The Ophir Awards, presented by the Israeli Academy of Film and Television tok place in Haifa at the end of September. The award for Best Actress went to Sivan Levy for her performance in “Six
Acts,” about the issues of consent that arise when a teenage girl tries to
improve her social status at her new high school using her sexuality. "In this
film, I learned how easy it can be sometimes for us to go along to get along,
and where we should set our boundaries," Levy said during her acceptance speech.