Who's Gonna Love Me Now?

2016

Who's Gonna Love Me Now? is a British-Israeli co-produced documentary film, released in 2016.[1] Directed by Barak Heymann and Tomer Heymann, the film centres on Saar Maoz, a gay and HIV-positive Israeli expatriate living in London.[1] Returning home for the first time since being thrown out by his family 20 years earlier for coming out as gay, the film contrasts his difficulties finding acceptance at home with the life he has built for himself as a member of the London Gay Men's Chorus.[1] Tomer Heymann first met Maoz one night in Tel Aviv in 1994, but the pair lost contact until roughly ten years later when Heymann recognised Maoz in the street.[2] Who's Gonna Love Me Now? was eventually pitched at the 2013 Sheffield Doc/Fest's MeetMarket.

The film was premiered in 2016 at the 66th Berlin International Film Festival,[1] where it won the Panorama Audience Award for Best Documentary.[3]

Quelle: Wikipedia(englisch)
Kinostart:2015
weitere Titel:
Who's Gonna Love Me Now? ast
מי יאהב אותי עכשיו?he
Genre:Dokumentarfilm, Homosexualität im Film
Herstellungsland:Vereinigtes Königreich
Originalsprache:Englisch
Farbe:Farbe
IMDB: 256
Regie:Barak Heymann
Tomer Heymann
Alexander Bodin Saphir
Drehbuch:Barak Heymann
Tomer Heymann
Produzent:Barak Heymann
Tomer Heymann
Alexander Bodin Saphir
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2016
Berlinale
Panorama Audience Award
Documentary Film
Gewinner
2016
Cracow Film Festival
Audience Award
International Competition
Gewinner
2016
Amsterdam International Documentary Film Festival
Audience Award
IDFA Audience Award
Nominiert
2016
Berlinale
Teddy
Best Documentary Film
Nominiert
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