Yehonatan Indursky (in Hebrew יהונתן אינדורסקי) (born 1984) is an Israeli filmmaker.
Yehonatan Indursky was born in Jerusalem to ultra-Orthodox family and studied at the Ultra Orthodox Yeshiva Ponevezh in Bnei Brak, Israel, and later at the Sam Spiegel Film and Television School, Jerusalem, Israel.
- 2011: The Best Film from Sam Spiegel Film and Television School for the "Driver";
- 2013: The Best Debut Film Award from the Israeli Documentary Filmmakers Forum for "Ponevezh Time";
- 2014: Warsaw Phoenix for the best documentary film, 10th International Film Festival Jewish Motifs for "Ponevezh Time".
- 2015: The best director prize in Jerusalem Film Festival for "The cantor and the sea".
- 2017: Israeli Television Academy Award for "Shtisel" (17 awards including "Best Series" and "Best Screenplay")
- 2018: Reflet d'Or, The Best International Television Series in Geneva International Film Festival for "Autonomies".
- 2018: Best film, Best actor and Best Screenplay for "Driver" from The Israeli Film Critics Forum.