Director Gal Dor’s father is in prison. He sometimes receives a 48-hour furlough, quarantined in a small apartment and under her court-ordered supervision. Gal fears she might end up as her dad and decides to use “imprisonments” to learn how to avoid it. With the usage of archived videos, their past and current lives are revealed as the camera documents their relationship’s development.
Gal Dor, Itzik Dor
Thursday 19 – 20:30 H
Director Gal Dor, 30 years old, graduated from The School of Visual Arts at Sapir college. During her studies she directed a number of short fiction films, and a short documentary, which was screened in the International Cinema South Film Festival in 2017 and is the base for her current film. In the same year, Gal won the DocAviv Pitching competition and participated in the in the JFW Project, where she produced a short documentary which was screened in The Jerusalem Film Festival. Before that, during 2016, Gal produced a short fiction film, Asa Turns 13, which won Best Film in Cinema South Film Festival and was screened around the world.
These days, Gal is studying video therapy at Tel-Aviv University and is the producer of a student film with the support of the Gesher Foundation and yes Docu channel.