Shaul Betser (born in 1967) is an Israeli writer, director and screenwriter.
Betser worked on many projects in film and television, from shows to documentaries to viral advertising and more.
His film "Big Tuna" aired in prime time on channel two and received glowing reviews. The comedy series "The Real Lives of Famous People" won first place in the international mockumentary film festival in Jerusalem. The comedic investigative journalism show "Reno Pascal’s World" was nominated for best comedy of the year twice in a row.
Recently, he has directed an international documentary called “The Muses of Bashevis Singer” about Isaac Bashevis Singer’s translators-lovers. The movie was chosen to open the New York Film Festival.
His book, “Part-Time Detective”, published in 2014 has earned rave reviews and became a best seller in Israel.
The second book in the series, “Part-Time Detective – Double Mistake” was published in 2016.
The third book is scheduled for publication next year.