Many thanks to MIST for including the Aleph Melbourne documentary in the Out & Loud – Pune International Queer Film Festival 2020.
The Aleph Melbourne documentary is available on DVD here.
Watch the trailer for the Aleph Melbourne documentary on YouTube.
We are presenting a special screening of the beautiful new film #Disobedience + the short film @alephmelbourne about the support group that changed the face of LGBTIQ acceptance in Jewish Australia. Thurs 26 July. Get tix here https://t.co/HmfYVHbw4L pic.twitter.com/ux8Wx66Lvg
— GeelongPrideFilmFest (@GeePrideFilm) July 6, 2018
Australian Jewish News, October 28 2016
Follow the progress of our documentary on Facebook: Aleph 20 Project
ALEPH MELBOURNE MARKS 20 YEARS WITH HISTORICAL DOCUMENTARY
SEPTEMBER 10 2015
Aleph Melbourne is a social, support and advocacy group for same-sex attracted and gender diverse (LGBTIQ) people in Melbourne’s Jewish community.
Aleph Melbourne was formed in 1995 and is marking it’s 20th anniversary by making a short documentary. The movie will cover all aspects of the group and the significant and positive impact it’s had on the community over the past 20 years.
Glen Eira City Council have given Aleph Melbourne a small grant of $3,300 for the project and we have engaged Youthworx Productions to make the documentary. We aim to raise $10,000 to allow us to comfortably make 10-15 minutes of footage. Additional funding will be gratefully welcomed to allow us to include more history, stories, interviews, photos, newspaper articles etc.
We are crowd-funding through IndieGoGo with all details are available at:
Major and premier (corporate) sponsorship packages are available. Individual contributors are invited to select from packages that allow participation and acknowledgement in the documentary.
Aleph Melbourne Convenor Michael Barnett said “I am very excited in marking this important milestone by making a documentary of Aleph Melbourne at 20 years. It is vitally important to record the history and achievements of our small group. People will look back in years to come and understand the particular challenges of the time we lived in, in terms of recognition, acceptance and understanding of our sexual orientation or gender identity.”
The documentary is expected to be completed in the first half of 2016 however the initial crowd-funding campaign has a closing deadline of October 8.
Michael Barnett – Convenor
Aleph Melbourne logo – colour (lo-res, hi-res)
Campaign graphic: “Documenting 20 years”
Campaign graphic: “We’ve turned 20 – We’re making a doco”YouTube: “Aleph turns 20! Help us tell the story”