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Family Matters

Two men, one woman and a baby constitute the formula for the alternative family documented in this film. Dafna, a single straight musician, is fed up with waiting for her prince charming. Her solution: teaming up with Itamar, a homosexual lawyer and actor, in order to have a baby. The third side of this dramatic triangle is Kai, a German flight purser and Itamar’s partner for the past ten years. After Dafna finally becomes pregnant, the relationship between the three rollercoasters as this fascinating, moving story progresses.

Festivals and Awards:

San Fransisco Jewish Film Festival, USA, 2009; Best Editing and Best Sountrack Awards at the DocAviv, Israel, 2004; Festival Dei Popolei Documentary Film Festival, Florence, Italy, 2005; Parnu International Documentary Film Festival, Estonia, 2005; Turin TGLFF Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, Italy, 2005

Director: David Noy

Producer: Yoram Ivry, David Noy

Production Company: CInemax

Cinematographer: Yoram Ivry

Editor: Eyal Tsarfati

Original Soundtrack: Ophir Leibovitch

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, NOGA Communications - Channel 8

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: משפוח'ה

Two men, one woman and a baby constitute the formula for the alternative family documented in this film. Dafna, a single straight musician, is fed up with waiting for her prince charming. Her solution: teaming up with Itamar, a homosexual lawyer and actor, in order to have a baby. The third side of this dramatic triangle is Kai, a German flight purser and Itamar’s partner for the past ten years. After Dafna finally becomes pregnant, the relationship between the three rollercoasters as this fascinating, moving story progresses.

Festivals and Awards:

San Fransisco Jewish Film Festival, USA, 2009; Best Editing and Best Sountrack Awards at the DocAviv, Israel, 2004; Festival Dei Popolei Documentary Film Festival, Florence, Italy, 2005; Parnu International Documentary Film Festival, Estonia, 2005; Turin TGLFF Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, Italy, 2005

Director: David Noy

Producer: Yoram Ivry, David Noy

Production Company: CInemax

Cinematographer: Yoram Ivry

Editor: Eyal Tsarfati

Original Soundtrack: Ophir Leibovitch

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, NOGA Communications - Channel 8

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: משפוח'ה

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