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How Much Love

*Won Best directing award and Honorable mention*
Carmel was once a promising athlete. Today, due to progressive muscular dystrophy he runs a small shop with sports equipment. His wife, Sara, helps him with everyday chores. The film’s author - Kineret Hay-Gillor – portraying the struggles of her parents with the father’s illness, draws a poignant picture, touching the topic of human devotion and love.

  • Kineret Hay Gillor
  • Dan Muggia and Kineret Gillor
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    Kama Aa'hava כמה אהבה
  • Project Type:
    Documentary, Television
  • Genres:
    Romance, Helth, Women point of view
  • Runtime:
    53 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    June 1, 2010
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  • Country of Filming:
    Israel, Turkey
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  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
  • The 50th Krakow Film Festival
    June 1, 2010
    world prmiere
  • Pitigliani Rome Kolnoa Jewish Film Festival (RKF)
  • Flimmer Norrköping Filmfestival
  • International Film Festival Reframing Reality
    Jerusalem, Israel
  • Picture This Film Festival
    Kalgari, Canada
    February 1, 2011
    Honorable Mantion
  • Cinemateque TLV
    Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Cinemateque Holon
    Holon Israel
  • Cinemateque Haifa
    Haifa Israel
  • Legacy Film Festival
    San Fransisco
    September 15, 2014
  • Bosifest 2015
    Belgrad, Serbia
    June 2, 2015
    Best Directing
Director Biography - Kineret Hay Gillor

Born in Israel in 1979.
She graduated from 'The Sam Spiegel Film and Television School' in Jerusalem, where she was the recipient of several achievement awards. "How Much Love", her first feature length documentary as a director, has been screened at many festivals in the world. It won an honorable mention, best directing and was broadcast on Israeli TV.
She also was the editor of several documentaries and dramas which have been screened and broadcast around the world, between them:"Kashmir Journey to Freedom" (Berlin festival), “Lola” (Haifa festival), “All the time in the world” and more.
Since that film she has directed the films: All That Remains and Shockwaves. Both were well received in Israel and around the world.

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