Here is my review of her film (with brother Shlomi Elkabetz) Gett: The Trial of Vivian Amsalem which I discovered a year ago.
Uri Klein had a loving tribute in Haaretz:
Her death was a shock. It felt as if a great, magnificent tree had been uprooted from the Israeli film landscape. She was talented, beautiful, magnificent— a one-woman extravaganza who was able to transcend herself and embrace the art of filmmaking and the place and society in which the films were made. Even when I had reservations about her performance or direction of a film, it was never possible to ignore her. There has never been another Israeli movie actress or artist whose presence declared with such force: I am here!...
Elkabetz had a face that was impossible to look away from, a voice that sometimes erupted from the depths of her body and her soul.Here is an anonymous tribute found on the internet: