Galia Bador Galia Bador, Israel

Festivals & NPOs
2009 onwards – Director of Docaviv – the Tel Aviv IDFF
2005-2008 – CEO of the Israeli Documentary Filmmakers´ Forum
2000 – Producer of the Ramallah-Tel Aviv Int'l Human Rights FF
1997 – Initiator & Director of the Shorts FF
1996 – Director of the Tel Aviv Int'l Student FF

Film Producer
Rabbi Firer (dir: Amit Goren) – Channel 10.
Jerusalem is proud to present (dir: Nitzan Giladi) – Channel 8, Channel 2, IDFA 2007: Winner of Human Rights award, Outfest LA, BANF Canada, Torino FF, Docaviv.
Perfect Family (dir: Roni Aboulafia) – YesDocu Channel, Docaviv 2007
Eshbal (dir: Ziv Even-Tsur) – Channel 2, Docaviv 2005
Amnon & Jill (dir: Gonen Glazer) – Channel 2, Docaviv 2005
TV Drama Series "Franco & Spector" (dir: Amalia Margolin) Channel 2, 2002
TV Documentary Series "A Place" (various directors) Channel 8, 2001
TV Movie "The Debt of Aharon Cohen" (dir: Amalia Margolin) Israeli Cable Network. Winner of BANF Canada. 1999

Company Profile

Docaviv NPO – The Tel Aviv Documentary Film Festival was established in 1998, in order to promote documentary filmmaking in Israel and abroad.
Docaviv is Tel Aviv's largest film festival and the only festival in Israel which is solely dedicated to documentary filmmaking. The festival draws a diverse audience from all over the country who enjoys Israeli and International documentary premiers. In 2015, Over 50,000 people attended Docaviv Film Festival In Tel Aviv.
In 2009 Docaviv NPO launched Docaviv Galilee – a documentary film festival in Ma'alot - Tarshicha. In December 2015 Docaviv founded the Docaviv Negev Film Festival in Yerucham, drawing over 2,000 people to its screenings for the second year consecutively. Throughout the year, Docaviv holds dozens of screenings, documentary workshops for youth and budding filmmakers, master classes and meetings with professional filmmakers – all held in locations chosen for their accessibility to a variety of Israeli communities.