Roee Rosen is an Israeli-American artist, filmmaker and writer. Rosen's work explores identity and the notions of evil, specifically addressing the Jewish people's collective memory and the power of creativity in extreme situations of life and death. Through video, painting and narrative, Rosen's humor can be thought of as at once self-deprecating and incendiary. He heads the advanced visual arts program at Ha'Midrasha Art College. Out (Tse) won the Orizzonti award for best medium-length film at the Venice Film Festival.