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David Perlov (1930–2003)

David Perlov was born on May 9, 1930 in Brazil. He was a director and writer, known for Yoman (1983), B'Yerushalaim (1963) and Tel Katzir 1993 (1993). He died on December 13, 2003 in Tel Aviv, Israel. See full bio »

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in Brazil

Died:

(age 73) in Tel Aviv, Israel

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Known For

Yoman
Yoman Director
(1983)
B'Yerushalaim
B'Yerushalaim Director
(1963)
Tel Katzir 1993
Tel Katzir 1993 Director
(1993)
Ha-Glula
Ha-Glula Director
(1972)

Filmography

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 2013 Footsteps in Jerusalem (Documentary)
 1995 Opera Hadasha (Documentary)
 1993 Tel Katzir 1993 (Documentary)
 1983 Yoman (Documentary)
 1977 Biba
 1972 Ha-Glula
 1964 Tel Katzir (Documentary short)
 1963 B'Yerushalaim (Documentary short)
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 1993 Tel Katzir 1993 (Documentary) (writer)
 1983 Yoman (Documentary) (writer)
 1963 B'Yerushalaim (Documentary short)
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 1983 Yoman (Documentary)
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 2012 When New Year Comes on Shabbat (Documentary) (special thanks)
 1997 Out for Love, Be Back Shortly (Documentary) (very special thanks)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (2 credits)
 2013 My Conversations on Film (Documentary)
Himself
 1983 Yoman (Documentary)
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In early 1973, David Perlov bought a 16 mm camera and filmed his everyday life alongside dramatic events that took place in Israel at the time. He continued for 10 years. Channel 4 of British television expressed an interest in the project in 1983 and the result was the epic documentary Yoman (1983) ("Diary"). See more »

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