Hands Untied (en)

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Hands Untied

Yannick Delhaye

20131 h 03 min
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Israel is often described as a country of paradox. Opposing war and peace with a great welcoming and open culture as well as traditions that could sometimes be heavy and difficult to accept for a booming and modern population.

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Director Yannick Delhaye
Release Date 2013
Country  France
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Hands Untied by Yannick Delhaye

Israel is often described as a country of paradox. Opposing war and peace with a great welcoming and open culture as well as traditions that could sometimes be heavy and difficult to accept for a booming and modern population.

Despite the abundance of its directors and cinematographers, it was not much anticipated that one day Israel could become an incredible land of creation for LGBT cinema. The last decades have seen a generation of authors as Amos Guttman, Eytan Fox, Dan Wolman, Tomer Heymann who have been real pioneers trying to change mentalities and religious conservatism.

This “new” cinema provokes, questions, revives and surely participate in the true opening of the country. This documentary offers an excellent panorama of this very interesting topic with many interviews of famous directors and excerpts of films archives.

Hands Untied / Yannick Delhaye / gay outview film festival

Hands Untied

Country: France
Production: 2013
Director: Yannick Delhaye
Duration: 63’

The film will be screened with English and Greek subtitles at Outview Film Festival 2015