UnLonely Film Festival 6
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Meet the Filmmaker
What is their why?
Tamir Elterman is a filmmaker from Berkeley, California based in Tel Aviv. His feature documentary, “Muhi – Generally Temporary” won several international awards including best directorial debut at DocAviv (Israel), Golden Dove for best documentary at DokLeipzig (Germany), was nominated for an Ophir award (Israeli Academy Awards), and was a top 10 audience choice at Hot Docs, San Francisco International, IDFA, and others. He was a regular video contributor to The New York Times for several years where he reported from the US and internationally. His other short documentaries and digital journalism has been published by Discovery Digital, Great Big Story, AJ+, David Lynch Foundation, and more. Tamir earned his M.S. from Columbia Graduate School of Journalism.
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A conscience-stricken Vietnam veteran seeks happiness.
After taking over his family’s Chinatown restaurant, Steven and his pet fish must find a way to survive as a global pandemic sweeps New York City. 9:49 mins.
A hilarious, heart warming docu-drama about a group of elderly women who form a Spice Girls tribute band to earn a quick buck when one friend can’t pay the bills. 11:12 minutes.
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laughed and cried just wonderful
I love creativity
Is sad, that all of us, will be there one day, we can forget our parents, and know that they fell lonely after we leave the house.