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M.A. Tami Liberman

Tami Liberman
Tami Liberman  (b. Tel Aviv, 1983) is an ethnographic filmmaker, video editor and lecturer. In 2007 Tami graduated from the Film Department of Tel-Aviv University with a BFA with honours and began working as a video editor in the Israeli film and television industry. She edited various formats such as documentaries, prime time television shows, music videos and fiction films. Tami was awarded a scholarship in the field of editing by the America-Israel Cultural Foundation. 
Editing the German feature film Unbelehrbar led Tami to move to Berlin in 2010. In 2013 Tami completed her MA studies in Visual and Media Anthropology in the Freie Universität Berlin. Her thesis film, Napps - Memoire of an Invisible Man won two awards at Achtung Berlin Film Fest, and was screened in festivals such as the 56th Festival Dei Popoli. Her short ethnographic film Home in Mind has been screened in 30 festivals worldwide. Tami has presented her research in various conferences including The American Ethnological Society Conference in Boston in 2014. Currently Tami works as an editor in Israel and teaches courses in Visual Anthropology and Video Editing in both Israel and Germany.