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Dear God

Narrative Short

Erez Tadmor Guy Nattiv

Israel | 2014 | 16 mins


with English subtitles


Aaron is a simple man who guards the Wailing Wall. Day after day, a mysterious woman puts a note in between the ancient stones, and Aaron, recovering and reading the papers, fulfills her deepest wishes.

Director's Bio

Born in Israel in 1974, Erez Tadmor Is a Writer Director from Tel-Aviv, Israel. he graduated from “Camera Obscurs Film School Tel -Aviv. his first short “Moosh” won over then 40 international film festivals awards including:”World fest” in Houston, Palm springs and many more.his recently Made “Strangers” (with Guy Nattiv) A 7 minutes drama for 20th century Fox Serachlight. “Strangers” was won in the online short competition at Sundance film festival 2004. It also went to the Berlin film festival competition. Another short that he made (also with Nattiv), “Offside” won for best short film in the Manhattan international short film festival in 2006. His First feature “Strangers” (with Nattiv) based on the short accepted to the “Sundance World cinema dramatic Competition” 2007. “A Matter of Size” his second movie (Directed with Sharon Maymon) about the coming out of the closet of fat people and about their ability to accept their fatness and relate to their body through the world of sumo. “A Matter of Size” Won in Audience Award at “Karlovy Vary International Film Festival 2009”, Grand Prix & Special Jury Award at “Alpe d’Huez International Comedy Film Festival”, Best Comedy at “Traverse City Film Festival”.

Guy Nattiv is an acclaimed writer/director from Tel Aviv, Israel. His first feature, “Strangers”, premiered at the Sundance & Tribeca Film Festivals in 2008. It was based on his short film “Strangers” (with Erez Tadmor) that won best short at Sundance two years earlier. It was short-listed for the Academy Awards, and won over 20 festivals world-wide. His second feature, “The Flood (Mabul)” won the top prize at the Berlin Film Festival in 2011, two awards at the Thesaloniki film festivals, best film at Haifa Film Festival and was nominated for 6 Israeli Academy Awards.
His latest film, “Magic Men” (with Erez Tadmor), was shot in Greece and premiered at the Palm Springs Film Festival in 2014. It won “Best Actor” in the Israeli Academy and the Audience Award at the MAUI film festival.
Guy is developing his first U.S. feature film, SKIN, and numerous American TV projects.
An accomplished commercial director for more than ten years, Guy has shot campaigns around the world for Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Nestle, Skoda, and Mercedes amongst many others.

Screening Schedule

April 04th
7:00 PM
CJH Auditorium