Tamar is an Israeli writer, director and editor,
living and working in Brooklyn.
Over the last few years, Tamar has directed a short doc, a short narrative and a series of videos for the New York Times. As an editor and story consultant, she worked on films that premiered at Sundance, Berlin and DOC NYC. Her mid-length feature film - “The Other War” (2008), which premiered at the Nashville international Film Festival, received a lot of media attention for it’s straightforward take on sexual identity and militarism in Israel.
She is currently working on a series of music videos and in development for her third feature script, and first feature film - a political romantic tragedy dubbed “The Gay Agenda”.
Fill Your Heart With French Fries
DIRECTOR, WRITER, EDITOR: Tamar Glezerman
PRODUCER: Chris Casey
EMMA (LEAD ACTOR): Lindsay Burdge
CINEMATOGRAPHER: Evan Jake Cohen
'Fill your Heart with French Fries' is a sad comedy short - telling the tale of a young woman who gets dumped by her girlfriend at a fast food joint, and, too sad to leave, just stays there for a week.
Screened in Lethal Lesbian 2016
The Other War
Israel, 2008, 42 min.
Cast: Keren Berger, Hen Yanni, Orit Zafran, Yael Zafrir, Rilli Willow
Writer and Director: Tamar Glezerman
Producers: Dana Neuberg, Noa Baruch
Cinematographer: Aviiv Kosloff
Editor: Hadas Ayalon
In a middle of a war, three women fight for a normal life, but can never seem to agree on the actual meaning of normal. "The other war" tells the tale of Tel-Aviv during the second Lebanon war. It's a film about Israel, Militarism and denial, but mainly about love.
Screened in Lethal Lesbian 3