Israel @63: Screening of "Mom, I Didn't Kill Your Daughter"
Celebrating Israel @63
and in celebration of Harvey Milk Day
GLOE - GLBT Outreach & Engagement - is proud to present
Screening of Mom, I Didn't Kill Your Daughter
Sunday, May 22 | 4:30 pm
Israel, 2007, video
Tickets: FREE, RSVP requested
Lior is from a Kibbutz near the Dead Sea and is opinionated and outspoken. Yuval is from the bourgeoisie area of centralIsrael and is introverted and quiet. These differences amount to very little in comparison to what they share. Both men were born in female bodies, and each is struggling to change perceptions all around them.
Lior turns the camera on himself and beautifully documents the fear, excitement and bravery that accompany his transformation; from cutting his ponytail right through to the operating room. Yuval initiates a legal battle for his identification card to state that he is a man. Alongside both of them for this important journey is Lior’s mother facing her own struggle to find the strength to accept her new son in place of the daughter she raised for 22 years.
Presented in partnership with the J's WJFF Year-Round
After the film, stick around!
A pre-party to sample Israel's greatest fruits of the vine before the Axum concert.
Free with pre-registration. (Time: 6:00 pm)
This explosive duo delivers a Tel Aviv fusion of hip-hop, reggae and funk on our special Q Street Stage outside in our parking lot. Their contagious beats and smooth flow are guaranteed to get you up and moving. (Time: 8:00 pm)
Check out all the films, music, food, speakers and activities available all day on May 22 at this community-wide celebration!