Yoav Roeh

Gum Films is a Tel-Aviv-based production company. The founders and owners, Yoav Roeh and Aurit Zamir, graduated from the prestigious Sam Spiegel Film and Television School, and are in the art and business of making movies since graduation.
Gum Films creates narrative and documentary content with an artistic vision.
The company aims to create thought-provoking cinematic journeys for audiences in Israel and worldwide. In addition to films and TV, the company develops platforms and formats searching for new ways of storytelling. The company developed a VR project named Signs of Violence and an interactive project named The Cell which was awarded the first prize in the Deutsche Telekom international competition for innovation.

Their previous work includes The Future (Tribeca FF official selection 2023)
Delegation (Berlin FF official selection, 2023), Two Kids a Day (Jerusalem
FF - Best Research Award, 2022), For God's Sake (TV series for Kan11,
2022), Asia (Tribeca FF - Nora Ephron Award, Best Actress & Best
Cinematography, 9 Ophir awards including Best Film, 2021). The Missing
File (TV series for Kan 11, 2020) The Testament (Venice FF- Official Selection, Haifa FF - Best Film, 2019), The Lab (Best Debut Film, DocAviv