I Shot My Love
Cinematography: Tomer Heymann
Editing: Ido Mochrik
Music: Israel Bright, Eran Weitz
Best Mid-length Award, HotDocs Film Festival, Canada
Audience Choice Award, Taiwan Documentary International Film Festival
Best Documentary, Side By Side GLBT Film Festival, Russia
Best Documentary, and Official Best of Fest Awards, U.S.A.
Best Documentary and Best Director, Madrid GLBT Film Festival, Spain
Special Jury Mention, Queer Lisbon GLBT Film Festival, Portugal
Best Documentary, Warsaw Jewish Film Festival
2011 The Queen Has No Crown
2010 I Shot My Love
2009 The Way Home
2007 Out of Focus
2007 Black Over White
2006 Paper Dolls
2006 Bridge over the Wadi
2003 Aviv-Fucked-up Generation
2001 It Kinda Scares Me
2000 Laugh till I cry
Director's / Curator's Statement:
Seventy years after his grandfather escapes from Nazi Germany to Palestine, Israeli documentary director Tomer Heymann ("Paper Dolls") returns to the country of his ancestors, and there meets a man who will change his life.
I SHOT MY LOVE tells a personal but universal love story and follows the triangular relationship between Tomer, his German boyfriend, and his intensely Israeli mother.