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Dubbed by Variety ‘a talent to watch,’ Brooklyn-based writer-director Ido Fluk co-wrote and directed THE TICKET, a film starring Dan Stevens, Malin Akerman, and Oliver Platt. The film premiered at Tribeca Film Festival and was released to theaters by Shout! Factory this past spring, with Variety’s Jay Weissberg writing “a visually accomplished, psychologically compelling drama with top-notch performances masterfully depicting intimacies gone awry,” and Screen’s Graham Fuller calling it “a first-rate example of unsentimental, minimalistic indie filmmaking.”

Fluk’s debut, NEVER TOO LATE, was the first Israeli crowd-sourced film ever made. Shot on a budget of $25k, it premiered at Edinburgh International Film Festival, won the Regard D'or at Fribourg Film Festival, the Cine Award at Haifa Int’l Film Festival, and became a festival darling screening around the world. Additional awards include the Jerusalem Int’l Film Festival Young Director Award, Best Drama at Ivy FF, and the Warner Bros. Production Grant.

Festivals that have selected Fluk's work include: Tribeca Film Festival, Edinburgh International Film Festival, Hamptons International Film Festival, Woodstock Film Festival, Festival International de Films de Fribourg, Hamburg FilmFest, Ivy Film Festival, Jerusalem Film Festival, Haifa Film Festival, Darklight Film Festival, Athens International Film Festival, Savannah film festival, Uppsala Short Film Festival, Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin, Hannover International Film Festival, and Video_Dumbo. His video work have been exhibited at the Guggenheim Collection, Bonn Germany, and at the Sao Paolo museum of Modern Art.

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