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A film by Tomer Heymann , Barak Heymann & Erez Heymann
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Heymann Brothers Films
2 Barzilay street
Tel-Aviv 65113
Israel

Office: 972-3-5602701
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Heymann Brothers Films has been operating for over a decade and specializes in long term documentary projects with a social and political orientation, as well as very personal ones. The company was founded by Tomer Heymann, one of the leading documentary directors in Israel.Tomer & Barak In
2001 he created “It Kinda Scares Me” which won the Academy Award in Israel, and other awards in Torino, Milan, New York, Taipei and Melbourne.

In 2003 his film "Aviv - Fucked Up Generation" came out commercially and brought a vast amount of viewers to the cinemas, as it correspondingly participated in many festivals worldwide.


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BARAK HEYMANN

Barak Heymann joined the "Heymann Brothers Films" company in 2003 and has since directed and produced several documentary films and series. “Heymann Brothers Films” is an independent Israeli company dedicated to the release of documentaries on the social aspect of the Israeli/Jewish culture.


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TOMER HEYMANN

Tomer Heymann was born in Kfar Yedidia in Israel in 1970 and has directed many documentary films and series in the past ten years, most of them long-term follow-ups and personal documentations. His films won major awards at different prestigious film festivals including his first film “It Kinda Scares Me”. “Paper Dolls” won three awards at the 2006 Berlin Film Festival and the audience’s award at the Los Angeles Festival. The film and TV series "Bridge over the Wadi”, co-produced with the American ITVS, won the Israeli Documentary Film competition, participated in IDFA Festival's prestigious competition and won many awards around the world. Tomer's new 8-part series "The Way Home" was recently broadcasted by the Yes Doco Channel in Israel and won the best documentary series award at the 2009 Jerusalem International Film Festival. 

 


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In honor of the occasion of the 70-year anniversary of Kfar-Yedidya, the village in which they were born and raised, Tomer, Barak and Erez Heymann were asked to make a documentary film. Contrary to the expectations of the organizing committee, the Heymann brothers choose to show the unique viewpoint of the village’s anti-heroes. Consequently, as the shooting of the film progresses, the brothers find themselves in an ever increasing conflict between their commitment to their ‘clients’ and their desire to artistically portray the characters whose voices are not normally heard. “My Village” is a surprising and touching documentary adventure that touches upon profound issues of belonging, bereavement and relationships.

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16th Festival de Cinema Judaico de São Paulo 2012
- With the films:     The Queen Has No Crown  -   End of The Story  -   I Shot My Love  -   Lone Samaritan  -   Bridge Over the Wadi  -   Paper Dolls  -   It Kinda Scares Me  -   Dancing Alfonso  -   Aviv (Fucked Up Generation)  -   My Village  -  

Films by Tomer Heyman & Barak Heymann, both guests of honor of the Festival. They will attend all screenings, and be available for Q&A thereafter.



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written and Directed by:  Tomer, Barak, and Erez Heymann
Producer:  Barak Heymann
Editor:  Ori Ben Dov
Cinematographer:  Gay Rafael, Uri Levi and Asaf Shiran
Theme song by:  Itamar Rotschild