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Alone Together

  • Israel
  • Documentary
  • 2019
  • 56 min.
  • Director(s): Maya Tiberman, Kineret Hay- Gillor
  • Producer(s): Sol Goodman


Ravit spends all of her time spreading her love wherever it is needed. During the day she cooks for hundreds of Tel Aviv’s homeless. In the evenings she hugs abandoned babies in the birthing ward. Without human touch and the warmth of a hug, the abandoned babies won’t develop properly and can even die. Ravit always wanted children of her own, but life dictated otherwise. As she turns 50, she decides that she too wants to be on love’s receiving end, but that may prove to be a lot harder to find.

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Maya Tiberman, Kineret Hay- Gillor


Sol Goodman


Kineret Hay- Gillor, Maya Tiberman


Einav Giat Goodman, Daniel Gilboa Kedem, Uriel Sinai, Yaniv Linton


Ori Derdikman

Original Music

Shai Bachar

Original Language



English, Russian


Daniel Meir

Festival Highlights

  • Winner

    Audience Award
    Flahertiana International Documentary Film Festival
  • Winner

    The David A. Stein Memorial Award
    Toronto Jewish Film Festival

Flahertiana International Documentary Film Festival, Russia, 2020

EnergaCAMERIMAGE Film Festival, Poland, 2020

Sichuan TV Film Festival, China, 2019

Docaviv International Film Festival, Israel, Panorama, 2019


  • "We were unanimously moved and impressed by Maya Tiberman and Kineret Hay-Gillor's Alone Together...We feel it is important to tell stories of people like Ravit who truly give of themselves and make a small corner of the world a better place. Tiberman and Hay-Gillor created an incredibly intimate portrait of Ravit, her desires and her struggles. Their devotion to their subject, the close bond they clearly formed with her, and the overall strength of their filmmaking was evident in the end result of this film. We are very happy to present them both with the David Stein Award at the 2021 TJFF."
    - Toronto Jewish Film Festival Jury's statement
  • "It is impossible to be left unmoved by this tender, honest and beautifully rendered portrait of an amazing woman. One of the best documentaries of the year."
    - Jewish Film Review