Director BIO · LGBT Films

Get to know the short film: HOW TO BE ALONE, 22min, Israel, LGBT, Drama

Playing at June 2016 LGBT Film Festival in Toronto

Htba poster small

“Listen to me: there is life without love. Loneliness is the soul’s forgotten desire. You don’t need anyone. Don’t search, don’t hope, don’t dream; and only then, perhaps, you too will learn how to be alone.”

Relying on “How To Be Alone” – a self-improovment audio book – a heartbroken woman, struggling with her lonesome existence, decides to embrace solitude and to learn how to survive without love.

Project Links
  • Erez Eisenstein
    Director
  • Erez Eisenstein
    Writer
  • Erez Eisenstein
    Producer
  • Nili Tserruya
    Key Cast
  • Ofri Fuchs
    Key Cast
  • Lia Friedman
    Key Cast
  • Or Ilan
    Key Cast
  • Rami Baruch
    Key Cast
  • Gleb Volkov
    Director of Photography
  • Oz Mikulsky
    Editor
  • Orna Coussin
    Based on a short story by
  • Erez Schwarzbaum
    Online Editor and Video Compositor
  • Ariel Guez
    Original Music by
  • Roy Geva
    Sound Mix by
  • The Blavatnik Student Film Production Fund
    Produced with the generous support of
  • The New Israeli Fund for Cinema and Television
    This film was produced with the support of
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    איך להיות לבד
  • Film Type:
    Short, Student
  • Genres:
    Drama, LGBT
  • Runtime:
    22 minutes 16 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    November 26, 2015
  • Country of Origin:
    Israel
  • Country of Filming:
    Israel
  • Film Language:
    Hebrew
  • Aspect Ratio:
    16:9
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • The Ministry of Culture & Sport – The Israeli Film Council
    This film was produced with the support of

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