Yariv Mozer had graduated with distinction from Tel-Aviv University’s Film and Television Department (2003). He is currently completing his first feature film “Snails in the rain“, supported by The Rabinovich film fund. Previously he directed the documentaries, “The Invisible Men” (Israel-The Netherlands 2012), Winner of The 2012 Doc Aviv Special Jury Award and “My First War” (Israel 2008), a co-production with Zdf-Arte, Winner of The Doc Aviv Special Jury Award, IDFA First Appearance Nominee and Best Film Winner of The Toronto Jewish Film Festival. Mozer had also produced more than 15 Documentary films, among them are “The Heart of Jenin” (Germany 2008), Israeli Academy Award Nominee “The House on Tabenkin st.” (Israel 2008) and more;
Yariv Mozer is a member of the European Film Academy and the first Israeli producer to participate in EAVE (European Audio Visual Entrepreneurs). In addition, Mozer is a member of the Israeli Academy of Motion Pictures and the Israeli Documentary Filmmakers Forum.
Yariv Mozer, teacher and former head of Entrepreneur Production Studies at the Jerusalem Sam Spiegel Film School (2007-2010), former Supervising Producer of Israeli production company “Alma Films” (2005-2007) and has also served as director of the 10th Tel Aviv International Student Film Festival (2004) which hosted in Tel Aviv: Mr. Richard Gere (USA), Mr. Patrice Leconte (France), Ms. Catherine Breillat (France), Mr. Thomas Vinterberg (Denmark) and Mr. Nabil Ayouch (Morocco).
2012 – Snails in the Rain – Drama -90min
2012 – The Invisible Men – Documentary – 70min
2009 – “Another Way” Noa & Mira – Documentary – 70min
2009 – Bed Stories – Short – 11min
2008 – My First War – Documentary- 80min
2006 – “Calling You” – Music Video (by Yehonathan)
NEWS ABOUT YARIV
Israeli Conflict, Homosexuality at SA Fest (IOL / November 4, 2013)
Plight of Gay Palestinians Hiding Out in Israel Subject of New Film ‘The Invisible Men’ (Radio Prague, March 7 2013)
‘The Invisible Men:’ San Francisco Jewish Film Festival Screening (A Wider Bridge, March 6, 2013)
A Wider Bridge sponsors ‘The Invisible Men screenings at the Sebastopol Film Festival in West Sonoma County (A Wider Bridge, March 6, 2013)
Michael Lucas Undresses Israel (A Wider Bridge, December 28, 2012)
Unveiling ‘Invisible’ Gay Palestinians (The Times of Israel, November 9, 2012)
‘The Invisible Men’ New York Screenings This Weekend (A Wider Bridge, November 9, 2012)
‘The Other Film Festival’ Hits NYC (A Wider Bridge, October 29, 2012)
Yariv Mozer Picks Up 2 Awards at RIFE (A Wider Bridge, October 22, 2012)
Interview with Yariv Mozer (A Wider Bridge, October 17, 2012)
Very different Palestinian asylum-seekers by Renee Ghert-Zand in The Times of Israel for more on the film and its making.
A Wider Bridge hosted a discussion with Yariv Mozer in San Francisco two nights before his film showed at Frameline, San Francisco’s LGBT Film Festival.
An Inconvenient Truth: The Myths of Pinkwashing (A Wider Bridge, July 3 2012)