Tomer Heymann

Tomer Heyman studied Filmmaking at the Camera Obscura School of Art in Tel Aviv and worked as a social worker helping young people with sexual identity problems. He was later involved in Azur a project for theatre and community integration. Tomer Heyman is an old acquaintance of the GLBT Film Festival, as his Tomer Ve-Hasrutim (It Kinda Scares Me, 2001) was awarded Best Documentary Film and Audience Prizes at the 2002 Festival. Bubot Niyar (Paper Dolls, 2006) received the same award in 2007, after being acclaimed by critics and audience at the 2006 Berlin Film Festival.




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