8 SEPT | 1PM - 5PM


Leonida St. 9-11

Free admission based on registration


In the documentary workshop “Between Cinema and Dance; Between Documentary and Fiction" – Masterclass with the Creator of MR. GAGA about Dreams and Dignity, Heymann shares the complex artistic choices he made while filming and editing the film, the connection (mostly in the director’s mind) between Naharin’s personal biography and his dance creations that are interwoven in it, the link between art, politics and freedom of speech, and the reasons that made him reopen the film three times after it had already been screened in public and the production phase seemed to be over.

Highlights of the film, including parts that were not included in the final version, will be screened during the workshop, and Heymann will share with the audience the basis for each such artistic decision. The workshop allows the participants not only to enter the director’s mind, but also to understand and feel Naharin’s dance creations in a different, fresh way. 

Born in Israel in 1970, Tomer Heymann has been directing documentary films and series since 1997. Heymann's films have screened and won awards at international film festivals, such as Berlinale, HotDocs, IDFA, and LAFF. They have been theatrically released around the world, making him one of the Documentary Film industry's leading directors. Cinematic and TV credits include "Bridge Over the Wadi"(IDFA 2006),"Paper Dolls"(Winner of 3 awards- Berlinale 2006),"I Shot my Love"(Berlinale 2010, Award winner- Hotdocs 2010),"The Queen has no crown" (Berlinale 2011), "Who's Gonna Love Me Now (Audience Award- Berlinale 2016) and more. Tomer teaches at several films schools in Israel and is currently engaged in a number of ongoing projects.

Access to the masterclass is free of charge, subject to availability. Those wishing to enroll can do so by September 1st, 2017 by sending their resume in attach to Participants will be notified by e-mail by September 4th.