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My Bolivia, Remembering What I Never Knew
Sequoia 2Fri, May 12 6:45 PM
California-born filmmaker Rick Tejada-Flores unravels the myths and realities of his family history in Bolivia. His fascinating journey, rich in archival footage and family photos, sets the stage for the times before and after his grandfather was the country's President.
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My Bolivia, Remembering What I Never Knew
Rafael 1Sun, May 14 2:45 PM
California-born filmmaker Rick Tejada-Flores unravels the myths and realities of his family history in Bolivia. His fascinating journey, rich in archival footage and family photos, sets the stage for the times before and after his grandfather was the country's President.
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Film Info
Country:Israel
Mexico
US
Year:2016
Running Time:10 min.
Language:English
Spanish
Hebrew
Director:Tamir Elterman
Producer:Tamir Elterman
Screenwriter:Tamir Elterman
Cinematographer:Michael Miroshnik
Ed Ou
Tamir Elterman
Editor:David Alexander
Tamir Elterman
Description
Ninety-four-year-old Anny Junek concocts a plan to compete in her Israeli retirement home’s annual costume contest. A three-time winner, she delights in her creation that is revealed only moments before the competition.
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Tamir Elterman is a documentarian and digital journalist from California living in Tel Aviv. He co-directed the feature documentary Muhi-Generally Temporary, about a Gaza boy who has lived his whole life confined to an Israeli hospital, which is being released in 2017 and screening in competition at San Francisco International Film Festival, Hot Docs and DocAviv. Elterman's short documentaries and digital journalism have been commissioned and published by The New York Times, Discovery Digital, David Lynch Foundation and Great Big Story, among others. He earned his M.S. from the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism.