A Song of Loves – R. David Buzaglo

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A Song of Loves – R. David Buzaglo

Rabbi David Buzaglo was the greatest Hebrew liturgical poet of the twentieth century. Born in Morocco in 1903, his literary output had a major impact on a community of hundreds of thousands of people. From his prolific period in the Diaspora to the years he spent in a ruptured Israel, Buzaglo’s poetry has initiated an abrupt shift in Sephardic liturgical writing, but it also served as a vital link between the modern era and a tradition that dates back to Spanish Jewry’s Golden Age. But Buzaglo was more than just a great poet. The actions he took at seminal moments in history had a critical impact in shaping the identity of Maghreb Jews. This film is an intimate look at Buzaglo’s life and career, from its roots in the rich tradition of Hebrew poetry in Morocco through the liturgical revolution in Israel.

Festivals and Awards:

DocAviv International Film Festival, Israel, 2015

Director: Rafael Balulu

Producer: Yair Qedar, Michal Watis, Gili Nadav

Production Company: Yair Qedar

Cinematographer: Avigail Sperber, Additional Cinematography: Idan Glikzelig, Vladimir Belinski

Editor: Yael Bedarshi, Design & Animation: Jewboy

Soundtrack Editor: Aviv Eldema

Original Soundtrack: Rabbi Haim Louk, Rabbi David Buzaglo

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television,, IBA - Channel 1,Pais Council for Arts and Culture,Avi-Chai Fund

Script: Rafael Balulu

Subtitles: Hebrew, English

Film Name in Hebrew: שיר יְדִידוֹת – ר' דוד בוזגלו

Rabbi David Buzaglo was the greatest Hebrew liturgical poet of the twentieth century. Born in Morocco in 1903, his literary output had a major impact on a community of hundreds of thousands of people. From his prolific period in the Diaspora to the years he spent in a ruptured Israel, Buzaglo’s poetry has initiated an abrupt shift in Sephardic liturgical writing, but it also served as a vital link between the modern era and a tradition that dates back to Spanish Jewry’s Golden Age. But Buzaglo was more than just a great poet. The actions he took at seminal moments in history had a critical impact in shaping the identity of Maghreb Jews. This film is an intimate look at Buzaglo’s life and career, from its roots in the rich tradition of Hebrew poetry in Morocco through the liturgical revolution in Israel.

Festivals and Awards:

DocAviv International Film Festival, Israel, 2015

 

Director: Rafael Balulu

Producer: Yair Qedar, Michal Watis, Gili Nadav

Production Company: Yair Qedar

Cinematographer: Avigail Sperber, Additional Cinematography: Idan Glikzelig, Vladimir Belinski

Editor: Yael Bedarshi, Design & Animation: Jewboy

Soundtrack Editor: Aviv Eldema

Original Soundtrack: Rabbi Haim Louk, Rabbi David Buzaglo

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television,, IBA - Channel 1,Pais Council for Arts and Culture,Avi-Chai Fund

Script: Rafael Balulu

Subtitles: Hebrew, English

Film Name in Hebrew: שיר יְדִידוֹת – ר' דוד בוזגלו

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