A Cappella – Media Content Hub, established by Einat Shamir and Tal Shaked
is an Israel based content management company that creates,
develops and distributes scripted and non-scripted formats worldwide.
the A Cappella vision begins with the creators concept, giving life to unique and original content
and paving the way to international success.
A Cappella, together with its key strategic partners around the world, cherry pick both content
and business opportunities to bring creative and innovative ideas to the screen.
A Cappella’s multi-platform view, has become groundbreaking for its clients, consolidating
the various screens into one combined entertainment experience,
a view currently becoming a crucial industry standard.

Co-founded A-Cappella (Media Content Hub) with Tal Shaked in January 2012.Among Einat Shamir's
major career achievements are some of Israel's highest rated studio based
productions on commercial Channel 2 with leading talents such as Erez Tal &Orna Banai,
Amnon Levi, Dudu Topaz and Yair Lapid. Starting in 2002, Shamir joined the ranks of Israel's
commercial Channel 10, as Executive Producer and Head of Drama, where she was responsible
for bringing to the screen some of the channels biggest rating hits including "Castles in the Sky",
"Loving Anna", "Five Men and a Wedding", "The Naked Truth" and "Naor's Friends".

TAL SHAKED / VP Business Development

Co-founded A-Cappella (Media Content Hub) with Einat Shamir in January 2012.
Tal Shaked is credited for introducing Israel to international phenomena such as Survivor,
Beauty and the Geek, The Biggest Loser and The Apprentice. As Head of the International
Division at Channel 10, Tal secured format rights to produce local versions, resulting in major rating
assets for the network. In addition to formats, Tal conducted volume deals for a number of prime
time hits such as 24, Two and a Half Men, Ugly Betty and Lost.
Taking her vast international experience working with NBC Universal, Twentieth Century Fox and CBS
Paramount she is now branching out by introducing Israeli formats, co-productions
and high end technology to the International Market.

Nimrod Harel

Nimrod Harel has been a practicing mentalist for over 15 years. He has the experience of countless
performances both in Israel and abroad, in both the private and commercial sectors.
Nowadays Nimrod is considered throughout the world to be amongst the leaders in his field, hosting
five different TV shows (a total of 100 episodes) and starring in Paradox - one of the biggest
mentalist stage shows in the world.
Nimrod`s first scripted series, The Believer, has been sold to Fox International Channels.
His mentalism formats are optioned in several countries all over the world
In development: The Big Picture, primetime game show and Response, a crime drama.

Maayan Rogel

Mayan Rogel, 32 was born in Jerusalem.
She graduated the Sam Spiegel school for film and television with honors.
Today she is an author and screenwriter in several projects in different stages of development.
She is also Head of Content at Platformat LTD. a content development company.
Her first book "We could Have Left" was published in 2011 by Carmel Publishing House,
as part of their boutique series for new Israeli literature.
The book won the Goldenberg Fund (Jewish National Fund) and The Ministry of
Cultures grant to translate the book into English (A-cappella, Media Content
Hub holds the worldwide rights of the book).
She is now working on her second novel and her first illustrated story for adults.
Mayan is also a martial artist. She is a master (4th dan degree) in Taekwondo, and the
only western woman to hold a black-belt in the Korean Zen martial art - Sunkwanmoo.

Michal Hazon

Michal Hazon is an established Israeli novelist and songwriter. After the birth of her daughter,
who was diagnosed with Autism, Michal was determined to find a way to connect with her.
This inspired her to write two children books: "Tickle me" and "Pim Pam the Giant".
These books were overnight best sellers and a turning point in her career as a writer.
Since then Michal has written numerous children’s books and original TV series for children and youth.
Her latest project is a novel called "The House of Secrets" published by "Yediot Aharonot", Israel's
largest publishing house. The novel is a family saga, based on a true story following an
Iraqi family in the beginning of the 20th century.
In Development: “Thorne in the Park”, a 13 episode dramedy series dealing with a Belly Dancer who
returns to her hometown after the sudden death of her estranged parents - only to find out that her
inheritance depends on her staying in a neighborhood she's spent most of her life running away from.

Karen Feldesman

Karen Feldesman is a TV writer based in Tel Aviv.
Karen spent the past three years in New York fulfilling her dream of becoming the next Woody Allen.
She graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts in Screenwriting.
During her time in New York, Karen worked in content development for major film and television
production houses, including Andrew Lauren Productions (“The Squid and the Whale”, “The Spectacular Now”),
IFC Films (“Frances Ha”, “Blue is the Warmest Color”), Scripted World (“Hostages”)
and Know Productions for Morgan Spurlock’s Warrior Poets (“Super Size Me”).
These days, Karen is busy writing her next feature script “We Love Lucy”,
a comedy about a girl attempting to commit suicide while documenting her last days on earth.

Michal Blumenfeld

Michal Blumenfeld is a screen writer and an artist.
She published two children books and a short novel that won a distinction from the
Israeli ministry of education.
She graduated from Tel Aviv University in screenwriting.
She won scholarships from the Italian government to study art at the Academy of fine
arts in Rome and at Dams, Bologna. She has exhibited paintings and installations in
numerous solo and group exhibitions.
In Development: “ECHOES: a drama series based on Michal's art exhibitions
Each season will follow a new protagonist who decides to stop ignoring his inner voice,
calling him to set out in search of answers. He leaves all that he knows behind in order
to find the missing part of the puzzle in his life - which can only exist far from home.
By doing so, our protagonist loses everything… all in order to truly find himself.