Out filmmaker Tomer Heymann Presents a new short film, “Half-darkness, Half-light.” Watch it here.
Love Letters to Cinema is a collection of ten “letters” in the form of short films, written and directed by ten outstanding Israeli directors. The films and the directors conduct a dialogue, whereas the directors create a short film with their unique voice, bringing to the audience a group of work that reflects on cinema.
Tomer Heymann’s film “Half-darkness, Half-light” tells the story of Israeli poet Erez Biton who returns to his childhood in the movie theater. To the memories, the colors, and the sounds, just before everything changes…
The project premiered in The Haifa International Film Festival 2014
Watch it in full here:
About Erez Biton
Erez Biton is an Israeli poet of Moroccan descent. He immigrated to Israel in 1948. At the age of 10, he was blinded by a stray hand grenade that he found. He spent the rest of his childhood in Jerusalem’s Institute for the Blind.
His poetry has earned a number of literary awards, including the Miriam Talpir Prize (1982), the Prime Minister’s Prize (1988), the Yehuda Amichai Prize (2014), and the Bialik Prize for Lifetime Achievement (2014).
Featuring – Erez Biton, Ilay Mamrud, Itay Regev / Written & Directed by – Tomer Heymann/ Producers & Creators – Stav Meron, Alona Refua / Cinematography- Yaniv Linton / Editing- Or Sinai/ Content Editor- Tali Shamir- Werzberger / Original Music – Eli Soorani/ Sound Design- Nimrod Eldar