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Meet the Israeli Filmmaker Bringing Shia LaBeouf's Pseudo-Memoir to the Screen
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Jan 25, 2019 1:34 AM 1+ mon ago

Alma Har'el bought her first camera in 2010 from Best Buy (an $800 Canon VIXIA) on her way out to Southern California's Salton Sea.

Har'el, 41, is now an established commercial director behind major campaigns and Super Bowl ads, but is prepping for another first. At this year's Sundance she will screen her feature narrative debut, Honey Boy, one of the fest's most anticipated features because it marks the screenwriting debut of one of Har'el's longtime creative collaborators, actor Shia LaBeouf.

LaBeouf's introduction to Har'el was through Bombay Beach by way of Amoeba Records in Hollywood. The actor was searching for a Bob Dylan documentary when he stumbled upon the doc (Dylan provided music for the feature). The director came home to an unexpected email: "I'm Shia. We have to meet." By that the time in the early 2010s, LaBeouf had made the jump from Disney Channel star to a Hollywood heir apparent. "I said, 'How do I know it's really you?'" ...

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