Gay Days

1 hour and 14 Minutes and 57 seconds , 2009
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Directed by: Yair Qedar

An exploration of Tel Aviv LGBTQ life from the 1980s all the way to the noughties. Director Yair Qedar chronicles Israel’s LGBT revolution in a series of interviews and archive footage and in the process, shares his own story – a boy from Middle Israel who arrived in Tel Aviv in the mid-eighties and embarked on a journey that began with oppression, before ploughing on towards equality and along the way, starting the free LGBTQ publication, Pink Times (‘hazman havarod’). Gay Days was featured at countless festivals around the world including the Berlin International Film Festival and the Torino Film Festival (TFF). In Israel, the film was shown at the DocAviv International Documentary Film Festival.

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