Abie is an award-winning Israeli-American documentary filmmaker, with projects on both sides of the Atlantic. Born in southern Israel, the youngest of six siblings, Abie and his family divided their time between the U.S. and Israel. While serving as a combat medic in the IDF, he began taking photographs as a way to record his experiences, this ultimately led him to decide to become a documentarian. After studying at the Sam Spiegel Television and Film School in Jerusalem, Abie moved to Brandeis Unviersity, where he completed his B.A. summa cum laude in 2014. While there he was awarded the Sorensen Fellowship and Davis Peace Prize, two grants that enabled him to lead documentaries for nonprofits engaged in economic and gender justice in Kenya and India. Both projects were screened at the UN, the first in Mumbai and the second in Nairobi. Abie was awarded an Anneberg Fellowship and went on to study documentary filmmaking at USC, graduating with an M.F.A. in 2017. Following graduation and up until 2020 Abie produced and shot the documentary ‘Til Kingdom Come with an academy-award-winning team. The film, lensed at various locations including rural Kentucky, Jerusalem, and the White House, documents the relationship between Evangelical Christians and Israel. Abie raised support for the project from Sundance, the Jewish Film Institute, and leading Israeli foundations. Since 2021 he has done a feature shot for Netflix on the life of a 102-year-old gay Holocaust survivor, one on the Muslim community of Brooklyn for Hulu, and environmental-focused projects for Universal Studios and Arte. He is currently shooting a series for Israeli TV on the relations between the American Jewish community and Israel, a subject he is passionate about, which is scheduled to air in 2023.