New York Premiere: Film on Israel’s Queer Scene at Margaret Mead Festival

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The New York Premiere of “A Queer Country,” a film on the contradictions and complexities of Israel’s thriving queer scene, will take place on Sunday, October 22nd, 2017, at the Margaret Mead Film Festival. British filmmaker Lisa Morgenthau’s documentary, “A Queer Country,” looks at Israel from an LGBT perspective. Initially it feels like it’s going […]

Lethal Lesbian 2016

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The groundbreaking Israeli film festival Lethal Lesbian will be held on November 26 at the Tel-Aviv Cinematheque and will screen films about identity, love, politics, sex, relationships and culture. Lethal Lesbian Film Festival returns for the eighth time, and brings with it an opportunity to watch a variety of features and documentary films, funny and […]

Heymann Brothers Win AICE Prize

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‘Who’s Gonna Love Me Now?,’ a film by gay director Tomer Heymann and his brother Barak exploring gay/queer issues in Israel has won the prestigious AICE $25,000 prize for Best Israeli Feature Film The AICE Israeli Film Festival has announced the winner of the $25,000 prize for the best Israeli feature film, or documentary. The […]

Gay Man Leaves a Religious Family

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The idea for the new documentary Who’s Going to Love Me Now? began like a lot of gay stories: with a one-night stand. The film, winner of Panorama Audience Award for Best Documentary at the 2016 Berlin Film Festival, screens Sat., July 30, 9:15 p.m. at the Castro Theatre, part of the San Francisco Jewish […]