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It’s The Final Countdown! – One month to go for TLV Pride!

Tel Aviv Gay Pride 2014 is just around the corner, and as every important party requires some preparations, I’m sharing with you some of the “must-dos” before the annual bash of love and joy. Follow these 4 steps and I guarantee you’ll be the first one to know about the best parties, events, shows and fairs, arranged for the Pride week. 

#1. Get yourself a Moovz profile 

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Moovz was created with a vision to provide the global gay community a common space to feel free to speak, free to share and free to be. “We have built a one-of-a-kind social platform that aims to change the way individuals communicate and unify. Moovz allows people from all over the world to unite based on shared interests, common beliefs and like-minds. Here, you are able to meet new people using our cool and advanced search tools, engage in real-time and share exciting moments by uploading pictures, videos and stories.” – saysMoovz founder Idan Matalon. The best news: with Moovz, you can also easily switch locations, jump from your city to Tel Aviv in the click of a button, and instantly read new feeds from Israel, so you”ll instantly be connected to the blood flow of the city.

For registering yourself on Moovz click here

#2. Check out the movie screenings of the TLVFest

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TLVFest, Tel Aviv’s International LGBT Film Festival is a unique annual event taking place each June at the Tel Aviv Cinematheque and the Tel Aviv LGBT Community Center. The festival offers public screenings of films with no Israeli distribution, meetings with local as well as foreign filmmakers, panel discussions and special events. The impressive program includes many exciting films while aspiring to enrich and empower tolerance and pluralism in Israeli society. “We believe that Israel should be based on freedom and justice and should ensure complete equality of social and political rights, to all its inhabitants, irrespective of religion, race, sex or sexual orientation. TLVFest opposes all occupations and forms of violence and believes that peace should be fulfilled through justice for Palestine and Israel. We hope that one day the Middle East will be a safe place for LGBT people and we wish that the countries and their leaders will be more tolerant to our community.” -says TLVFest founder, Yair Hochner.

For more details about the programs click here

#3. Exchange your wardrobe at Gan Art

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Be a part of a unique cultiral festival everz Friday, and experience the meeting of art, design, fashion and music. A variety of artists from various fields, will gather around the outdoor garden of the Gan Ha’ir complex. “Young and promising fashion designers, innovative product designers, quality music performances, delicious culinary and temporary exhibitions held at a dedicated gallery, for young Israeli breakthrough art.” – says Marina Pozner, fashion designer and event promoter. And the best part is yet to come: it’s free entry, and the beer , wine and arak are only 10 shekels! Some of the designers and stores participating: Salon Berlin, Vanilla Sky, Lea Marmor, LIYA, SUDRA, Ely Goren,  ZAZA JEWERLY Mika Ron, DiveDa Studio, NowoStudio, and more. Prices between 50 and 1200 shekels. Doors opening on Fridays 10:00, closing time 16.00. Address: Gan Ha’ir tel aviv – Ibn Gabirol 71 , Tel Aviv

For exact dates and more info click here

#4. Get ready to the first ever GLBT expo in Tel Aviv

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Expo TLV is an initiative of four local LGBT activists – Anat Nir, Nir Levlovich, Guy Tatsa and Imri Kalman, and they completed their team with Lilach Evrany. These guys created an exhibition of LGBT culture, lifestyle and social agenda, taking place in Dizengof center, a main shopping center in the heart of Tel Aviv and will consist of over 2500 square meters of exhibitions and experience, covering a wide spectrum of LGBT culture: Family life; fashion, tourism, health and well-being, education, politics and economics. The expo will take place Sunday – Thursday, June 8-12. Some of the main attractions will be: award ceremony to Israeli activists; GLBT film festival; live performances; gay talk (in TED style) featuring many international visitors; fashion shows and much more.

For getting to know more about the program click here

And last but not least follow me on Facebook for every day updates, fun photos and exciting news from the White City!

 

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