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Ari Libsker

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Ari Libsker
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Born 1972
Occupation journalist, artist

Ari Libsker (* 1972) is a journalist and film-maker from Tel Aviv, Israel, who spoke at the WWDOGA 2016 in Cologne. He classifies himself as politically far left.

One of his most famous works is the documentation Circumcision (Israel, 2004, 19 minutes). It deals with the influence of male circumcision to the sexual life. First, channel 2 (Israel) wanted to censor the work, but aired it later in the night program.

Circumcision has been shown on the film evening after the WWDOGA 2016 in Cologne.[1][2]


Ari Libsker (ארי ליבסקר, born 1972 in Haifa), is an Israeli filmmaker and journalist. He has made several documentaries. His film Stalags (2008) featured in The New York Times and won several awards. In March 2012 he curated the exhibition "Iran", which protests what he views as "panic over the Iranian atomic bomb".[3]

One of his first films, Circumcision (Israel 2004, 30 min, channel 2) dealt with the harmful effects of circumcision. Channel 2[wp] tried to censor the movie and in the end broadcast it at a late hour. The movie got a lot of response and criticism.[4]

Speeches

Films

References

  1. Filmabend, genitale-selbstbestimmung.de
  2. IntactiWiki: Ari Libsker, Revision as of 26 May 2016
  3. Israeli art exhibition protests panic over the Iranian atomic bomb, Haaretz. City Mouse Online. 14 March 2012
  4. Wikipedia: Ari Libsker, Revision as of 2 April 2015


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