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Eva

After making an impossible decision to support the man she loves, Eva, a Yugoslavian war hero and human rights activist, is forced to desert her only daughter Tiana when she is sentenced to time in the infamous women’s prison “Goli Otok.” Deserted by her mother, Tiana grew up on the rough streets.
After being released from prison, Eva seeks her daughter’s forgiveness. Through a meeting made possible by Tiana’s daughter, the three women meet in Israel and travel together to Yugoslavia, a journey which enables them to come to terms with their past.After making an impossible decision to support the man she loves, Eva, a Yugoslavian war hero and human rights activist, is forced to desert her only daughter Tiana when she is sentenced to time in the infamous women’s prison “Goli Otok.” Deserted by her mother, Tiana grew up on the rough streets.
After being released from prison, Eva seeks her daughter’s forgiveness. Through a meeting made possible by Tiana’s daughter, the three women meet in Israel and travel together to Yugoslavia, a journey which enables them to come to terms with their past.

Festivals and Awards:

Doc Aviv, Israel 2002

Director: Avner Faingulernt, Macabit Abramzon

Producer: Orna Yarmut

Production Company: Yarmut Productions

Cinematographer: Avner Faingulerent

Editor: Lev Goltzer

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, Channel 1 – IBA; Makor Foundation; Ministry of Culture – Film Division; Zevulun Regional Council; Sha’ar Hanegev Regional Council

Subtitles: English, Hebrew

Film Name in Hebrew: אווה

After making an impossible decision to support the man she loves, Eva, a Yugoslavian war hero and human rights activist, is forced to desert her only daughter Tiana when she is sentenced to time in the infamous women’s prison “Goli Otok.” Deserted by her mother, Tiana grew up on the rough streets.
After being released from prison, Eva seeks her daughter’s forgiveness. Through a meeting made possible by Tiana’s daughter, the three women meet in Israel and travel together to Yugoslavia, a journey which enables them to come to terms with their past.After making an impossible decision to support the man she loves, Eva, a Yugoslavian war hero and human rights activist, is forced to desert her only daughter Tiana when she is sentenced to time in the infamous women’s prison “Goli Otok.” Deserted by her mother, Tiana grew up on the rough streets.
After being released from prison, Eva seeks her daughter’s forgiveness. Through a meeting made possible by Tiana’s daughter, the three women meet in Israel and travel together to Yugoslavia, a journey which enables them to come to terms with their past.

Festivals and Awards:

Doc Aviv, Israel 2002

 

Director: Avner Faingulernt, Macabit Abramzon

Producer: Orna Yarmut

Production Company: Yarmut Productions

Cinematographer: Avner Faingulerent

Editor: Lev Goltzer

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, Channel 1 – IBA; Makor Foundation; Ministry of Culture – Film Division; Zevulun Regional Council; Sha’ar Hanegev Regional Council

Subtitles: English, Hebrew

Film Name in Hebrew: אווה

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